Dimi Konstantopoulos admits he faces a big decision this summer as he ponders what move to make next.
The 31-year-old keeper will see his contract at Coventry City expire over the summer, and he is yet to be offered fresh terms.
He was sent out on loan to Swansea and Cardiff last season and has spent much of the 2009/10 campaign playing second fiddle to Kieren Westwood.
Restricted to just three starts and two substitute outings this term, and with Westwood set to pen a new deal, the Greek shot-stopper admits he is facing a dilemma.
He is unsure whether he should sign a new deal at Coventry, should one materialise, or look to take on a fresh challenge elsewhere.
Konstantopoulos feels he needs to be playing regularly at this stage of his career and admits that desire may force him to move on.
He told the Coventry Telegraph: "I haven't been offered anything yet and I don't know what is going to happen. I have heard one or two rumours that the club might be offering something but I have to look at my options.
"If I have an option to stay here at Coventry then I would definitely consider it, but I have to look at what's about and make the best decision I can.
"Whatever happens I want to make sure that I am playing games and I need to be somewhere where I give myself the best chance of doing that.
"This is a big summer for me - but whatever happens, it's not the end of the world."