Peterborough defender Scott Griffiths is keen to end to his nightmare spell with the club once the January transfer window opens.
The 25-year-old has not featured for Posh's first team since April 2010 and has made just 21 appearances since joining the club from Dagenham & Redbridge over two years ago.
However, successful loan spells at Chesterfield and more recently Crawley have shown his undoubted quality and he told skysports.com that he is determined to find a new club in the New Year.
"The only real first-team action I've had has been the half game at Gillingham in pre-season, which I ironically scored in, but other than that I don't think that I'm in the gaffer's plans here at all," he said.
"He brought in a left-back over the summer and then brought in another to replace him, so it seems that there has been a steady flow of left-backs coming into the club.
"It seems like a position that is filled and the chances are that when January comes round I can hopefully earn a move elsewhere.
"Until then it is just a case of keeping on top of the fitness and making sure that I am ready to go when the window opens.
"I'm actually doing a triathlon because a friend of mine challenged me to one, so the training for that has helped keep me in good condition.
"My plan is to stay fit and injury free until January because I don't see much point in going out on a one-month loan somewhere unless there is something a bit more solid attached to it.
"It has been difficult at a club where I'm not really wanted, so I'm looking forward to finishing the season off at a club where I'm appreciated."