Dimitar Berbatov is looking to continue playing at the age of 36 and is looking for a team to play for.
Berbatov has played for Manchester United and also featured for Tottenham, but has not been with a club since he was released by PAOK in June 2016.
The Bulgarian has also played for Bayer Leverkusen and Monaco and believes he still has a lot to offer.
“I’m trying to find a team, if you want to put it like this,” he told BBC Sport during television coverage of the FA Cup fifth-round tie between Spurs and another of his former clubs, Fulham.
“I still feel good. I train, I keep myself fit. I spoke with Jermaine [former Tottenham team-mate Jenas] before – it’s difficult to let go. So we’ll see.
“It’s all about football. When you’re 36 you just want to play a little bit more. I see players my age – [Fulham’s] Scott Parker is an example – so I can still continue a little bit more.”
Berbatov won two Premier League titles with United and finished joint top scorer in the division with Carlos Tevez in the 2010-11 season.