Thomas Buffel wants to get away from Rangers and the Scottish Premier League.
The Belgian midfielder is not part of Walter Smith's first-team plans at Ibrox and is eager to move on in the January transfer window.
Anderlecht and Bruges have both previously been linked with Buffel, who joined the Scottish giants from Feyenoord for £2.3million in 2005.
He told the Daily Record: "There are very few options here but I want to go to a better league. Clubs know I have not played for a year.
"It is not helping either Rangers or myself for me to pick up my wages for a further six months. I cannot afford to do that as I have to play as soon as possible.
"If a club comes knocking on your door, you always listen. But I would prefer a move to a bigger league as my best years are still to come and I still want to play again for Belgium."
Buffel's agent Paul Courant added: "I am working on getting a new team to buy Thomas. The problem is he does not play but that's not his fault.
"Hopefully, we will find a new club before the conclusion of the transfer market on 31st January."
Meanwhile, Alan Gow is determined to build on his competitive debut for Rangers in the 6-0 Scottish Cup win over East Stirling.
He said: "Wednesday's game was a taste of what I can do and I'll get better once my match fitness improves.
"I thought I did well in the first half then started to tire after the interval through lack of match practice. That's why I was straight back to my mum's after the match and into bed to rest properly for training the next day.
"I hadn't played in any game for six weeks before the match against East Stirling and I was exhausted."