Fulham keeper Maarten Stekelenburg has hinted he could leave Fulham this summer following relegation from the Premier League.
The Dutch international made 21 appearances for the Cottagers last season after his move from Roma.
However, the keeper failed to live up to expectation and was replaced by David Stockdale between the sticks towards the end of the campaign.
And Stekelenburg has indicated he is ready to jump ship rather than play in England’s second tier.
“On the 25th I report back to Fulham because I am still under contract there for three years,” he told De Telegraaf. “And then we’ll see. My agent is working hard to find a satisfactory solution for everyone.”
Stekelenburg was a regular under compatriots Martin Jol and Rene Meulensteen, but found himself out of favour following Felix Magath’s arrival in SW6. However, the 31-year-old has refused to point the finger at the German coach.
He added: ” I think you always have to blame yourself first. If I had played at the high level I did in 2010 there would be no reason for the coach to overlook me. I came to Fulham to keep the club in the Premier League and to fight to get myself in the World Cup squad. I failed on both counts.”