Colin Doyle admits he might not stay at Birmingham beyond the end of the season.
The Republic of Ireland international hasn't made a league appearance this term, finding himself limited to one Carling Cup appearance, three starts in the Europa League and 90 minutes in Saturday's 0-0 draw with Wolves in the FA Cup.
Doyle joined Birmingham as a trainee, but has had loan spells with Chester, Nottingham Forest, Millwall and Coventry and has confessed he may leave St Andrew's in search of regular first-team football.
The goalkeeper put himself in the shop window against Wolves, making a brilliant double save in stoppage time to earn the Blues a replay.
But he is likely to lose his place to Boaz Myhill when Ipswich visit St Andrew's on Wednesday.
With his contract set to expire in June, the 26-year-old knows the time could be right to move on.
When asked about a possible summer move, he told the Birmingham Mail: "I don't know. It's all up in the air at the moment. The club haven't spoken to me.
"But I'm 26 now, been here since I was 16 - I doubt if I'll get a testimonial! - and I want to be playing regular football. We will have to wait and see what happens in the summer, really.
"It's been hard. I've not had many games to play, but I've been behind some fantastic' keepers here.
"Joe Hart is now England number one, Ben Foster was England number one at the time, Maik Taylor, Northern Ireland international.
"Boaz Myhill has done really well this season.
"It's not like I'm behind nobody. They are top people. It has been difficult, but I've trained every day and got on with it.
"It is frustrating not playing every week, but we will see what happens.
"I've played some Europa League games, Carling Cup games and now a game in the FA Cup.
"Hopefully we'll go on a little run in the FA Cup and I'll get a few more games. I'm happy; I'll just keep training and doing what I can."