Edgar Davids has revealed he's training in England to stay fit.
The 36-year-old has not played competitive football for 18 months but recently was linked with Coca-Cola Championship side Leicester and has been reportedly been a target for Barclays Premier League strugglers Portsmouth.
"I don't really want to play but it depends on what team," said Davids, who was in London to judge the UK Final of Red Bull Street Style 2009.
"Training with a team brings a lot of media pressure for that team but I'm waiting for something like that. I just hope to train and contribute with my experience to the team. It is a different mentality."
Davids' experience means he could be a valuable asset for clubs to tap into.
"I just want to train with a team and give my expertise," the former Tottenham midfielder added. "In future, I'd rather be a board member of a club than a manager."