SEAN St Ledger, who spent the final month of last season on loan at Millwall, has been told he is free to leave parent club Leicester City this summer.
But the Republic of Ireland international recently admitted on Twitter that a return to South London was unlikely now that Kenny Jackett is no longer the Lions' manager.
Speaking ahead of Ireland's friendly against England at Wembley in midweek, St Ledger said: "I have been told that I can leave Leicester, so these games are obviously a bit of a shop buytramadolbest.com window for me.
"I have not played too much, so in a sense I have got something to prove a little bit. I didn't play very much last season, so I am very fortunate to have these games that are coming up, and England is obviously a very big one.
"I am open-minded about going anywhere – I think you have to be. We will just have to wait and see. I will weigh up my options and hopefully my agent can produce something."