Nicky Weaver has confirmed he is open to offers after his Dundee United contract expired.
The experienced shot-stopper spent the first half of the season with the Terrors and made 18 SPL starts.
However, the former Charlton, Sheffield Wednesday and Manchester City shot-stopper is now out of contract.
Weaver has been linked with a move to Rangers and the 30-year-old is not ruling any moves in or out.
"I am not going to rule any clubs in or out," he told the Press and Journal.
"I have not spoken to them, but Rangers are a fantastic club and I am willing to listen to any offers."
Although United were strong for much of the first half of the season, December ended on somewhat of a sour note.
They failed to win any of their last five SPL matches and also lost manager Craig Levein to Scotland.
Weaver and co were also on the wrong end of a 7-1 thrashing at Ibrox last week and he admits it was sad for things to end negatively.
"The last couple of games have not gone the way I would have liked," he continued. "Obviously the Rangers game was disappointing.
"It has not happened and it is a sad way to finish. Whoever comes in can hopefully bring back the good feeling at the club and start a climb up the table.
"The manager leaving was a major thing. He was such a big part of the club. His leadership was second to none and, for whatever reason, the results have not been there since he has gone.
"It has not quite been the same, but I am sure whoever comes in will have fresh ideas and the team can get back to winning ways."