Manchester United's back-up keeper Tomasz Kuszczak is not ruling out leaving the Premier League in search of regular football.
The Poland international is considering his Old Trafford future after failing to break into Sir Alex Ferguson's first team.
Although number one Edwin van der Sar is hanging up his gloves this summer, the club brought in Anders Lindegaard last January while the club are also close to finalising terms for Atletico Madrid's David de Gea.
Kuszczak has been linked with a West Brom return and he admits he loves the Premier League, but he is not ruling out the possibility of a new adventure in another league.
"I'm open," said Kuszczak. "I would like to play football regularly and if I'm going to get a nice proposal from a different league, why not?
"I'm going to think about that. I love the Premier League. I know this league.
"I've been playing here for seven years now and I like this league. But all doors are open for me."
Kuszczak admits the retirement of Van der Sar will change the picture at United, although he has hinted that his future still lies away from the club.
"Things have changed now because obviously Edwin has finished," he continued.
"It doesn't matter which goalkeeper's going to come to Manchester United in the Premier League - it's going to be difficult for him because I know this league is a really tough league and the first team can lose against the last team.
"I would like to play regularly and get a chance to play more games, express myself and catch good form.
"It's difficult to show something based on one game in a month because we know in football, like in different sports, you have to have some games in a row, be on the pitch and then you can build up your confidence and do different things.
"I didn't get the chance enough over a few years but I don't know what is going to happen with me, to be honest."