Former Ipswich striker Kevin Lisbie insists that joining Millwall permanently remains his ideal scenario this summer.
The Jamaica international impressed during a season-long loan with the Lions last term, making 23 appearances in an injury-hit campaign.
However, having turned down an initial contract from Kenny Jackett's side at the end of the season, the 32-year-old says he is desperate to play regular football next season.
"I did enjoy myself there, but at this stage of my career I just want to be playing football and I'd be happy to get a contract anywhere to do that," Lisbie told skysports.com.
"Obviously, rejoining Millwall would be my ideal choice, but I'll be happy at any club as long as I'm playing regularly next season.
"I'm trying to be as professional as I can and not worrying too much because managers often like to see how things pan out before entering the transfer market.
"I'm hoping that there will be a bit more movement and a few things in the pipeline by the end of this month.
"I've told my agent not to call me until something concrete crops up and at the moment I've not heard from him, so I assume that apart from initial interest nothing serious has presented itself."