Veteran goalkeeper Kevin Pilkington is weighing up his options after he was released by League Two champions Notts County.
Pilkington did not make a first-team appearance for the Magpies this season due to the presence of Kasper Schmeichel and spent a spell on loan at Luton Town.
He has clubs in the Football League and Blue Square Premier on his trail and the 36-year-old is considering his next move.
The former Manchester United youngster told the Nottingham Evening Post: "I have got a few things in the pipeline. There are a few clubs interested and I will be speaking to them soon.
"I want to play for as long as I can because I love football. I'm 36, but I'm a fit 36 because I look after myself and don't abuse my body. I work hard every day in training."
Pilkington leaves Meadow Lane with fond memories, having amassed nearly 150 appearances for the club, and he added: "I enjoyed my five seasons with the club, even though the last two seasons have been frustrating because I haven't played a lot."