DaMarcus Beasley is ready to quit Rangers after revealing he is desperate to go to the World Cup with USA.
The American international has been missing from Bob Bradley's recent squads through injury after being one of the few players who failed to sparkle in their impressive run to the final of the Confederations Cup last summer.
Beasley has seen his two years at Ibrox also marred by injury and has struggled to force his way into manager Walter Smith's plans since returning to fitness this season, starting just one game in the CIS Insurance Cup.
And the former PSV midfielder has made it clear that his desire to make the cut for South Africa outweighs being settled in Scotland with the Glasgow giants, meaning the 27-year-old will be looking to move in January.
"My current situation is not ideal - it's been frustrating," he told Yanks Abroad ahead of the Gers' journey to Spain to play Sevilla on Wednesday in what will be their last game in Europe this season.
"I'm looking to move because I want to play. It's not that I'm not happy with the club, I just want to play."
Beasley made his name in the Eredivisie for PSV, where he spent two fruitful seasons in Eindhoven before joining Manchester City on loan in 2006 and then jumping over the border to the SPL with Rangers in a £700,000 move.
And the left-winger is eager to secure regular football in a European league to guarantee his place in the USA set-up - where they are pitted against England in Group C - and refused to rule a move out back to the Dutch top tier.
"I'm only 27 and I feel like I have another six, seven or even eight years left," Beasley added.
"My options are open. It might be a move back to Holland or maybe Spain."