Fulham stopper Alain Goma has admitted he may walk away from Craven Cottage in the summer when his contract expires.

The French star has been a key figure for Cottagers boss Chris Coleman so far this season, and had been expected to extend his stay in London.

Goma had previously indicated his willingness to stay with the Premiership side, but has now backtracked by stating he is tempted by pursuing another challenge in a different country.

“I feel fine, I will reach the end of my contract,” Goma told L’Equipe. “I want another adventure, perhaps discover a new league, even if at 33 years old it is a little difficult. However in England, 33 years old doesn’t mean anything, they didn’t consider it.”

Goma’s admission will come as a body blow to Coleman, as the Welshman was keen to keep hold of the former Newcastle man after a series of impressive performances at the back this season.