Carlo Nash admits he is considering leaving Stoke City in search of regular football.
The 38-year-old keeper has been offered a new contract by the Potters, but would be behind Asmir Begovic and Thomas Sorensen in the pecking order at the Britannia Stadium.
Nash re-joined Stoke two years ago, having enjoyed a brief loan spell at the club in 2008, but he has played just once since then.
"I am undecided because ideally I want to play football," he says.
"It has been frustrating being third choice. I would have thought I'd have had a look in through injury, but that's not been the case."
Stoke added to their goalkeeping ranks when 17-year-old Academy prospect Dale Eve signed a professional contract at the end of last season, having become the club's youngest-ever international when he played for Bermuda in November 2011.
Nash would be reluctant to leave Stoke, but feels he still has plenty to offer as he considers his options.
"I'm still keeping myself fit and I do believe I can do a job. I want to play for as long as I can, so if I get the opportunity to play I want to grab it with both hands.
"Stoke City is a great club and I've had some brilliant times here. The staff are fantastic and so are the fans."