Rangers boss Stuart McCall says he feels sorry for Gael Bigirimana, but admits he should never have been signed.
Chris Gunter will stay at Reading, after the club took up the option to extend his deal by another year.
The Slovakian international is due to return to parent club Cardiff after his final Staggies run-out away to Partick on Saturday.
But with the Bluebirds' relegation from the Barclays Premiership now confirmed, Kiss is unsure what boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has in plan for him.
However, the 23-year-old has enjoyed his spell in the Highlands so much he is willing to listen to any offer County boss Derek Adams is prepared to make.
He said: "I'm just focused on the last game with County. After that I have to go back to Cardiff, so we will see what happens after that.
"You never know what might happen. I would love to come back because I have been treated so well here."
County were second bottom of the Scottish Premiership at the turn of the year and appeared destined to finish in the relegation play-offs.
But Kiss was one of seven new arrivals signed in January who have helped turn their season around.
The 1-0 win over Hibernian on Wednesday confirmed the team's survival for the second season running.
Now Kiss wants to repay Adams and the rest of the County coaching staff for the faith shown in him by helping them to finish as the best of the bottom six.
Kiss said: "I've got a real connection with this club. They have treated me well and I've enjoyed my time here. It is completely different to my situation at Cardiff, where I wasn't getting an opportunity.
"I'm grateful for the chance to play here and it has helped me improve as a player and a person as well. Now I want to give them back as much as I can.
"There is still a lot to play for as we can move up to finish in seventh or eighth so I'm looking forward to the game with Partick."