Stoke are no closer to agreeing a new contract with Thomas Sorensen, according to the goalkeeper.
Manchester City, West Brom and Bayern Munich are all reported to be monitoring the Denmark international's situation after six months of unsuccessful negotiations at the Britannia Stadium.
Tony Pulis wants to keep Sorensen but, at the age of 35, the former Sunderland player is likely to be holding on for a deal that will see him into retirement.
Sorensen, who has one year left on his current contract, said: "It's frustrating when you just want to play football but the situation makes it a bit complicated at the moment.
"Nothing has been decided about my future yet."
Sorensen also wants guarantees about a first-team role after having to operate as back-up to Asmir Begovic in Pulis' Premier League plans last season.
The ex-Aston Villa player did well in Stoke's run to the FA Cup final, but he would prefer to play every week.