Toure lasted barely six months in Greece before his deal was terminated midseason.
He told RTI: "There has been a lot of confusion about my future recently. I want to say that I love football and that I am still ready to play for a few more years. Yes, I am preparing for my qualifications to become a coach, but being a full time coach is not what I am thinking of at the moment. Now I am ready and focused to meet a new challenge playing football.
"And do not worry, when the time comes, I will announce my retirement personally and officially myself.
"I would like to go to a club where I would be more comfortable. I would try to bring things on and off the field. When I was a kid, football was a game, it became my passion and my job. I want to continue. My break made me understand that I wanted to continue. As long as I can play, I continue. I want to continue to live the adrenaline of football."
Toure has indicated he has several options, "I look at them attentively and I want that all the conditions are reunited, because I had a very bad experience at Olympiakos. I want to leave on a good note by doing my best."