Diomansy Kamara has revealed he will be leaving Fulham at the end of the season and admits he would be open to joining Leicester on a permanent deal.
Senegal international Kamara is currently on loan at Leicester for the remainder of the campaign after finding himself out of favour at Craven Cottage.
The 30-year-old is resigned to leaving Fulham this summer when his contract expires and he would consider staying at the Walkers Stadium.
"It has been a little bit frustrating for me at Fulham," Kamara told the Leicester Mercury.
"At the start of the season I was doing well and I was the second-best scorer in the team with five goals in 11 games, but I am at the end of my contract and they made the decision not to play me. This is football.
"I enjoyed my time at Fulham but now it is over and I say good luck to them."
Kamara, who has yet to make his debut for Leicester, says he would be happy to join the Foxes if his loan spell is a success.
"There is definitely a possibility of me staying if it all goes well," he added.
"I see this as a fresh beginning. I like to push myself and this is a big challenge."