Unsettled Arsenal goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski admits he is ready to go out on loan in search of regular first team football.
Fabianski has found himself behind No.1 Wojciech Szczesny this season and he fears his lack of action could scupper his hopes of making Poland's squad for next summer's Euro 2012 finals.
The 26-year-old is frustrated with his situation at the Emirates and he has held talks with Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger about his future.
Fabianski is now hoping Wenger will allow him to go out on loan like he did with Manuel Almunia enjoying a spell at West Ham last month.
"I had a chat with the boss a few days ago and it was quite an intensive one," Fabianski is quoted as saying in The Sun.
"It was me who asked to speak although we will have a few more chats.
"I want my situation to be resolved in the nearest future because I want to play at Euro 2012.
"I hope Wenger will understand me and we find a solution.
"I want to play for Arsenal but if not, I will have to go somewhere else, even if it is on loan."