President Trump has told advisers that he wants to withdraw U.S. forces from Syria once remaining pockets of ISIS militants are defeated.

Reuters reported Friday that the president has spoken in internal deliberations with advisers about an early exit from Syria, though no such plan is complete and he has not given specific orders to do so.

One official told Reuters that Trump has said that “once ISIS and its remnants are destroyed that the United States would be looking toward having countries in the region playing a larger role in ensuring security and leaving it at that.”

Still, that Trump is inclined to pull U.S. forces out of the war-torn country is likely to set him apart from many top officials, who have advocated for a longer-term plan in Syria.