Manchester City's back-up keeper Shay Given has refused to rule out a move to Scottish giants Celtic.
The Republic of Ireland international found himself playing second fiddle to Joe Hart this season at Eastlands.
Given saw Newcastle's Fraser Forster spend the season on loan at Parkhead and there has been talk The Bhoys could thrash out a permanent deal for the shot-stopper.
The City veteran admits he would like to be playing first-team football and would be willing to consider his options should he have options to play elsewhere.
Given's focus is currently on Ireland's Home Nations game against Scotland this weekend and then his attention will turn towards where he will be playing football next term.
The former Newcastle keeper does not see playing football in the SPL as a step down and he admits it would be difficult to reject the chance to join Celtic if they came knocking.
"It's no secret I'm a big Celtic supporter and have been all my life. I don't know what their goalkeeping situation is," explained Given.
"Fraser Forster had a very good season up there and there has been talk of him moving on a permanent basis so we would have to wait and see. But it is a fantastic club with fantastic supporters.
"Ideally, I would like to be playing but it's out of my hands. If Manchester City want me, I've got another two years left on my contract. I don't really know what's going to happen.
"At the moment, I'm focused on the Scotland game on Sunday and then the game against Macedonia [Euro 2012 qualifier on June 4].
"After that we will see what comes up - if there are options to play somewhere. If not, I'll go back to Manchester City pre-season and get my head down and go again."
Asked if a switch to the SPL would be a step down, he said: "Not if you're playing with Celtic, it's not.
"It's a great club, with an unbelievable history, so I wouldn't look at it as a step down. It's a fantastic club but it's too soon to say what's going to happen or if that's going to happen.
"But you never say never when Celtic come calling."