Dieumerci Mbokani feels isolated at Monaco and believes he may have to move elsewhere to get games.
The Congolese striker only moved to France last summer, but has struggled to settle at Stade Louis II.
To add to his woes, with a lack of goals having held him back, he has recently been made to train with the reserves.
The 2010/11 campaign is proving to be a hugely frustrating one for a player who was believed to have a number of clubs on his tail at the end of last season.
Fortunately for the 25-year-old frontman, there is a possibility he could be loaned out by Monaco in January.
Clubs from England, in particular Everton and Fulham, are reported to be keen to strike a deal and Mbokani admits he may now be forced to consider such a switch.
"Before the winter break I had decided to stay and prove my worth," he told L'Equipe.
"But then the coach didn't call me for the resumption of training and asked me to train with the reserves.
"For me, everything has changed. Monaco are pushing me away.
"I am not the only one to have been below their best, the whole club have disappointed."