Free agent Claus Jorgensen has set his heart on a return to the Football League with Cheltenham Town.
Jorgensen has suffered a spectacular fall from grace since being released from his contract with Championship side Blackpool at the end of last season.
After a brief spell with Port Vale, the midfielder had another short stay at Blue Square North side Fleetwood Town, but has been unattached since October.
Having trained with the Robins since November, time is running out for the Dane to convince boss Mark Yates that he is worthy of a contract.
However, having played most of last season in the Championship with the Seasiders, Jorgensen is convinced he can offer League Two side Cheltenham a great deal.
"I feel I have more to offer and last season I played most of the games in the Championship so I am frustrated not to have a club," Jorgensen told the Gloucestershire Echo.
"I should be able to fit in one way or another I would hope, but it's down to the manager.
"I live in Warwick, which is only about an hour away so that's convenient, but I am looking for a football club."
The 33-year-old former Coventry man played for Cheltenham reserves in their 3-0 defeat by Bristol Rovers this week.