Australia's Harry Kewell admits his playing career may be over but said he's still open to offers in his search for a new club.
The 34-year-old returned to England in June after leaving A-League side Melbourne Victory to be closer to his wife's family, and has been trying to find a new club since.
But despite being linked with clubs including Stoke City, Blackburn Rovers and Middlesbrough, Kewell said he's received no offers.
"If something comes up and it is the right thing for me I will have a look at it," he told Sky Sports.
"But I am happy to move on with a different career."
Asked if he'd received any offers, Kewell said: "None at all. It has been difficult when you have been out of the country for a while but that is how it goes in football."
Kewell, recently voted Australia's greatest ever footballer, has not played in England since leaving Liverpool in 2008 to join Galatasaray in Turkey, where he spent two seasons.
The Australia striker is still best remembered in England for his eight-year spell at Leeds United from 1996. As expected, Kewell was missing from the Socceroos squad named to face Iraq in a crucial 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifier later this month.
He had previously spoken of his desire to play on until the World Cup in Brazil but the latest developments have cast serious doubt over whether he will play for Australia again.
The odds are lengthening on Mark Schwarzer remaining at Fulham with Australia’s most capped player revealing Cottagers coach Martin Jol has not spoken to him “for quite some time” as he prepares for what he could his final game for the club on Monday morning (AEST).