Timo Hildebrand is growing increasingly frustrated by his lack of action at Valencia and does expect the situation to get any better before the transfer window reopens in January.
The German keeper was a regular last term, but has not had much of a look-in under new coach Unai Emery after Brazilian Renan Brito was brought to Mestalla over the summer.
Having not played in the league this term, Hildebrand's patience is wearing thin and he has revealed his discontent on his personal website.
"I have not received any sign and I feel like I am not wanted," he explained.
"I am very unhappy with my current sporting situation.
"The club have shown me in the last few weeks that I am of no use to them. I have tried to work hard and train over the past two months in order to be ready and I never let my head drop.
"But it is obvious that on this occasion I am not going to find it funny. Not funny at all.
"There is no big news though. I have not played for two months, apart from a friendly against Alzira."
Hildebrand has spoken to Emery and other directors about his next move and while he refuses to reveal what was said, it is believed he will be allowed to leave in the New Year.
"I have taken the initiative and have spoken to the bosses, the coach, Unai Emery, and the sporting vice president, Fernando Gomez, and what was said is personal," he continued.
"I am professional enough to know that the coach sees no reason to change things. Things are going well for the team, but this does not change things for me."
Hildebrand has recently been linked with a move to Bundesliga outfit Borussia Dortmund, with the 29-year-old believed to favour a return to his homeland.