Bordeaux goalkeeper Cedric Carrasso says he may be tempted by a move to England or Germany this summer.
The 31-year-old has spent the majority of his career in France, though he did enjoy a brief loan spell with Premier League new boys Crystal Palace in 2002.
He has been at Bordeaux since 2009 and, although he has two years remaining on his contract, he admits he may be ready for a fresh challenge.
If he does decide to move, he insists it will be his final transfer before hanging up his boots for good.
"These last four years allowed me to improve my level. But now I am reaching the end of a personal cycle," he told France Football. "I have to ask myself some questions and I am expecting some answers.
"My objective is not to rest on the two years remaining on my contract. I need to take stock, know where I will go and with whom.
"My next decision will set the end of my career. At Bordeaux or anywhere else I want to embark on a last project. I am looking for new motivation.
"The club where I will play next season will probably be my last one. If it is not Bordeaux it will probably be abroad. I could go back to England or go to Germany. Anyway it will be with an agreement with Bordeaux. I know what I owe to the club."