PAUL Robinson admits a move away from Millwall "is an option" for him this summer after being told he does not feature in the club's long-term plans.
Boss Ian Holloway will not stand in Robinson's way if the defender can secure a contract with another club.
NewsAtDen understands Coventry City are keen on the 32-year-old.
Robinson said: "Maybe I'm not in Millwall's long-term plans so if someone else is interested, that might be an option.
"Ultimately my main focus is to be in the best possible shape for the start of the season and what happens in the meantime happens."
Robinson did not travel with Millwall to Portugal for their training camp in the Algarve last week, with Holloway promising to give youth a chance this season.
"Staying behind was all part of my situation and goes to show I'm not part of the manager's long-term plans," the centre back added.
"But at the moment I have got another year left on my contract at Millwall and unless something comes up I am happy to be a part of it.
"I'm still desperate to stay because I don't feel I've shown Ollie my best.
"Fitness-wise I've been good but I think the manager wanted to have a good look at Jake Goodman and he probably knows as much as he needs to know about me.
"A few senior players were left behind so that Ollie can build for the future and intergrate some of the new lads.
"As you get older you realise you want to play as many games as you possibly can.
"If your chances are going to be limited then maybe you do have to finish your career with another team.
"Whatever happens, my links with Millwall are still strong and the club will always be a massive part of me."