Rotherham's on-loan defender Scott Griffiths is hoping his current loan spell will help him secure a permanent exit from Peterborough.
The 26-year-old has found himself frozen out of the first-team at London Road, with his last appearance for Posh more than 21 months ago.
However, the attacking full-back has enjoyed loan spells at Chesterfield, Crawley and now Rotherham, with the former Dagenham & Redbridge man keen to find pastures new.
"It seems like my time at Peterborough is over because even if they did have injuries at full-back they'd probably bring in someone else in loan instead of use me, like he has done in the past, he told Sky Sports.
"He knows the players that he likes and the squad that he wants to use, which leaves the likes of me looking for pastures new.
"I've always been told that it doesn't matter who you play for, as long as you are getting games you are always in the shop window.
"This is another chance for me to show what I can do and prove what I am capable, so if I can get some games in and make people sit up and watch then it could be a good thing for me."
The Millers fell further adrift of the play-offs at the weekend following their 3-2 defeat at Dagenham, but Griffiths is keen to help secure League One football for the club in time for the summer opening of their new stadium.
"They've got the new stadium being built, which should be ready for the start of next season, which would be nice.
"I've seen pictures of what it should like and it looks really good, so hopefully we can do the business on the pitch and help this club get into League One for it."