Tomasz Kuszczak has admitted he could look for a temporary move away from Manchester United next season.
The Polish goalkeeper moved to Old Trafford in 2006, initially on loan from West Brom before making the switch permanent.
He has yet to establish himself as a regular starter but maintains that he is happy to be plying his trade for such a prestigious club.
However, the 27-year-old is not relishing the prospect of another campaign with very little action as he has to compete with both Edwin van der Sar and Ben Foster.
Kuszczak accepts that he will have to think about joining another club on loan if he wants to be assured of more games.
"This has got out of hand. It is high time for me to look into the option of being loaned out," he said in The People.
"I am a player at the best club in the whole world, and that alone makes me very happy.
"However, that is not the case when I look to next season and the prospect of playing only a few matches."
Reports suggest Kuszczak is a target for a number of Premier League sides, as well as Zenit St Petersburg of Russia and Turkish outfit Besiktas.