Free agent Harry Kewell has revealed that he is still willing to listen to any offers but is also prepared for a career change away from football.
Kewell, 34, arrived back in Britain to live with his wife in June after leaving A-League side Melbourne Victory, in his native of Australia.
The former Leeds and Liverpool winger is hopeful that the right offer might arise, however he insists he will not be losing any sleep over it.
"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."
Despite being linked with a host of clubs over the summer, including the likes of Stoke and Swindon, Kewell says he has yet to receive a concrete offer.
"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," he added.
Kewell, who started his senior career at Leeds, has not played in England since leaving Liverpool in 2008 to join Galatasaray, where he spent two seasons before heading to Melbourne.