Gary Doherty has revealed he is looking to secure a move away from Norwich City after failing to break into manager Paul Lambert's plans.
Former Tottenham defender Doherty has not featured in a League One match for the Canaries since Lambert took charge at Carrow Road last month.
The 29-year-old now appears resigned to moving on and he is weighing up his options before making a firm decision on his future.
He told the Eastern Daily Press: "The gaffer has obviously mentioned to me that he wants to bring in his own players, but I think it is up to me now whether I want to move on.
"I am looking at a few options and stuff and we will see what comes from it.
"I would rather get away, I don't know if a loan is a good idea, but I am just going to look at my options and see what the craic is, what's out there.
"I am just holding tight, but if the gaffer needs me he knows that I am there. We have had a few knocks to centre-halves and I have made it clear that if he needs me then I am there for him, but I am pretty far down the pecking order now so I don't really expect to be involved."