Fulham midfielder Andranik Teymourian is considering his playing future away from Craven Cottage.
The 26-year old Iran international has struggled for regular first team action under Roy Hodgson and believes he may be forced to look elsewhere, even if it requires taking a pay cut.
"Unfortunately, I had couple of injuries recently. I will resume training after ten days, but it remains to be seen when I will be fit to play," Teymourian said according to Persianfootball.com.
"I am not very pleased with my current situation. It seems that no matter how I train. It won't make any difference to my coach.
"In this situation, I care more about playing football than financial matters. I have discussed it with Roy Hodgson, but no convincing explanation has been given."
Teymourian, who has spent time with Bolton and was also loaned out to Barnsley last season, is seriously considering resurrecting his career elsewhere in Europe.
"Unfortunately, I haven't been given any opportunities. In these circumstances, I might consider leaving Fulham," he added.
"I had a few offers, but none of them were considerable. I have now to wait and see what happens in the coming days."