Andranik Teymourian is ready to leave Fulham.
"I want to leave Fulham since I am not satisfied with my situation here. I asked my agent to change my team. I am frustrated at not playing," Teymourian said on Persian Football.
"I can join another team in the winter transfer window by the end of next week. Some English and European teams are interested in signing me up, but I can't mention their names at the moment."
The 26-year-old joined Fulham from Bolton in the summer of 2008 but a string of injuries and poor form kept him out of the side during his first six months at the club.
He was loaned out to Barnsley for the remainder of the 2008-2009 season but returned to Craven Cottage this term hoping to make an impact.
Unfortunately for the midfielder, his relationship with Hodgson worsened and a move away appears to be the only solution.
"Hodgson doesn't trust me," Teymourian added.
"He doesn't play me, although I am well-prepared. I talked to him to give me a chance but it didn't work."