Everton's Diniyar Bilyaletdinov has said he wants to quit the club in January if he does not start seeing more first-team action.
The Russia international was back in his homeland for Friday's friendly with Greece.
Bilyaletdinov has featured in just four league games this season and the 26-year-old fears for his place with the national side ahead of Euro 2012.
"At my club I almost don't play and therefore I'm of no interest to Dick Advocaat as a first-team player in the national team," Bilyaletdinov told Russian website Bobsoccer.
"Of course, I'm not satisfied with this state of affairs. While there's still time until Euro 2012, I have to change something.
"If nothing changes, I want to change the club in the winter. I've already started working on this."
Bilyaletdinov, who joined Everton in 2009 from Lokomotiv Moscow for a fee close to £9million, has 18 months left on his current deal at Goodison Park.