Marton Fulop admits he will be severing ties with West Brom this summer, with it his desire to take on a new challenge.
The Hungarian goalkeeper only linked up with the Baggies in 2011, but he has no intention of spending more than one season at The Hawthorns.
The short-term contract he penned upon his arrival is coming to an end and the 29-year-old plans to head for pastures new once he drops back into the free agent pool.
The former Sunderland and Ipswich shot-stopper has hinted that he will look to secure a move away from England, with a fresh start required following a difficult 12 months in the Midlands.
"It has been my worst season so I will surely leave," Fulop told Nemzeti Sport.
"I have been in England eight years and I think it's time for a change.
"My plan is to go to a team where I can be the first-choice goalkeeper, but at the moment I can't say where I might go."
Fulop made just one Premier League appearance for West Brom, on the final day of the season against Arsenal, and admits that outing saw him put in a nightmare display in a 3-2 defeat.
"I can be blamed for all three goals," he said.
"I am aware of my ability and I think I made a mistake with the second goal too. My errors for the first and third goals were atrocious."
On a campaign disrupted by illness and injury, he added: "I had only been training for three or four weeks and I hadn't played a game in eight months. I had only played in two League Cup games so I wasn't ready for the big moments in a game.
"But I don't want to look for excuses. It's clear to me that I can be blamed for the defeat."