Celtic's Evander Sno admits he is considering a move away from Parkhead in the January transfer window.
Sno, who has started just two Scottish Premier League games so far this season, is growing increasingly frustrated with his current lack of first-team action
The summer signings of Massimo Donati and Scott Brown have pushed Sno down the pecking order at Celtic, meaning he has been forced to play a bit-part role so far this campaign.
The news has reportedly alerted a plethora of clubs around Europe with sides from England, Spain and Holland all keeping tabs on Sno's situation.
And the 20-year-old has spoken of his frustration, revealing that he may seek a move in January.
"For a young guy, if you want to keep developing yourself, you have to get as many games as possible," Sno said.
"I will see what happens but I just want to get as many games as possible.
"You never know in January, if other clubs come in and are interested, and I'm not getting any games here then...
"I don't want to leave this club because I love it here but to get games and to keep developing myself, then maybe, I'll see."