Ipswich Town boss Paul has told striker Tamas Priskin he is free to find another club but there is nothing personal in that decision. The Hungarian reportedly told a newspaper in his homeland that he expects to leave Portman Road after falling into Jewell's "bad books".
Jewell told BBC Radio Suffolk: "It's not disappointing, if he wants to leave, he can leave.
"All he needs now is somebody to come and take him."
He added: "He's not in my bad books, I think what he means is he is not in the squad."
But Jewell questioned the 25 year olds desire to go out on a temporary deal.
"I had him in this office and told him Leeds wanted him on loan and he said he wasn't sure about going on loan," the Town manager explained.
"He said he'd think about it, speak to his agent, speak to his mum's best friend and his dad's uncle to see what they thought of it, and by the time he thought about it Leeds had gone for Andy Keogh.
"On deadline day every Championship club was called and everyone came back with the answer 'no'."