Akos Buzsaky expects to announce he will sign for a new club next week following his release from Queens Park Rangers.
The Hoops recently revealed they would let the 30-year-old go after he declined a one-year contract extension at Loftus Road.
Buzsaky was keen to get a longer deal from the Premier League side and is currently back in his native Hungary considering his options.
West Ham, Cardiff and Blackpool are all reportedly stalking the talented playmaker, who is confident of having his future resolved in the next seven days.
"Queens Park's announcement wasn't unexpected for me as it was a result of my own decision," he told Hungarian daily Nemezeti Sport.
"I haven't accepted the club's one-year extension and I haven't talked (about it) to manager Mark Hughes.
"At the moment I'm back in Hungary and I will be back in England soon. It is possible that by next week I will have a new club."