Unsettled Villa centre-back Jores Okore has alerted Premier League clubs to his potential availability this summer.
The Denmark international has grown frustrated at the situation behind the scenes at Villa Park and admits it could be an end to it all for him at the club.
A new start? Now we have changed the coach five times in the time Ive been at the club, Okore told Ekstra Bladet.
This can also be an end to it all for me at Aston Villa.
If I was 29-30-years-old, the situation would probably have been different.
I am 23-years-old and will play football every weekend. I expect and I hope that is also going to happen in the future.
The defender, signed by ex-boss Paul Lambert from Nordsaelland in 2013, is planning on remaining in the Premier League for the forthcoming campaign.
And he admits he is facing a club sanction over the fall-out with Eric Black, when the interim boss claimed Okore had refused to play.
I know that the club is currently considering the situation and a possible consequence is that I can be fined for what happened, he added.