Swindon midfielder Craig Easton has hinted at a move away from the club after what he describes as "the worst year of my career".
Easton, 30, has played just four games this season having fallen down the pecking order at the County Ground.
Frustrated at his lack of appearances under boss Danny Wilson, he concedes that a loan move may be the best option if he is to get his career back on track.
Forced to settle for the reserve action for most of the season, Easton would welcome talks from another club if it meant more regular football.
"January to January has been a nightmare for me because I haven't played as much as I would have liked. It's been the worst year of my career," he told the Advertiser.
"I want to get some games under my belt and that hasn't happened. When I've come in I've feel I've done well and would have liked to have got a run after, but for whatever reason it hasn't happened.
"I've not discussed (a loan move) with the manager but it's definitely something that I would consider."
Easton has been sidelined with a calf injury for the past few weeks but insists he is nearly ready for a return.
He added: "The ideal situation for me would be to play here but that hasn't happened. My chances haven't really come but the lads have been doing well.
"But I will keep myself as fit as I can and if an opportunity comes up then I'm ready."