Peterborough defender Scott Griffiths remains determined to secure a move away from the club, with the loan window still open.
The 26-year-old has found first-team chances hard to come by since joining the Posh permanently from Dagenham & Redbridge in 2010, making just 11 appearances.
However, the full-back has impressed during loan spells with Chesterfield (twice), Crawley and Rotherham.
He admits he would jump at the chance to leave London Road for good, but will settle for a short-term loan switch with there little hope of him becoming a regular at Peterborough.
"It has been difficult, with the chance to play football seemingly slimmer every week at Peterborough," Griffiths told Sky Sports.
"If it was possible to get out of Posh with a new club then I think that would probably be best for all parties concerned.
"There hasn't been a great deal of interest, either loan or permanent, to be honest and it feels like the football world has shut up shop on me.
"Even my agent has gone a little quiet on me and the possibility of moving overseas seems to have disappeared as well.
"If I'm totally honest I would love to get out to the West Country, and Gloucestershire if possible, but I'd move anywhere at the moment.
"The only thing I truly miss whilst playing for Peterborough is the football itself and to be able to play week in, week out again would be brilliant."