Former Super Eagles captain, Vincent Enyeama, is keen on a return to football, almost two years after making his last competitive appearance for French club Lille.
Enyeama, 36, last played for Lille in April 2017 and he was released by the 2011 French champions in August 2018.
“I have put the past behind me as I continue to train and hoping to make a positive return.
“I’ve received some offers in Israel and Turkey. But at this stage in life, I want to make family a priority when I need to make a move because they are very settled here in France.
“The way I play football is with a smile and I would love to do that knowing my family is happy and settled,” he told BBC.
Despite his age and his time away from the game, Enyeama says he his not ready to stop playing yet.
“Goalkeepers have a long lifespan in football and I believe I still have so much to offer.
“I’d be the first to stop when I know I cannot give my best. I continue to train at home hoping for the best.
“The way things ended at Lille was disappointing, it was sad to leave the club alongside others who gave everything; without the chance to say a proper goodbye to the fans.
“You are recovering (from an injury) after giving so much to the club and suddenly everything ended like that, respectful football decisions are made – with a new manager and project on the table.
“I quite understand and respect that, yet it was not the kind of end you would want for a beautiful story but this is football.
“I always share positive energy every time I get a chance to see some of our fans, it is a good bond that will always live with me,” Enyeama added.
Enyeama, who played 101 times for the Super Eagles, helped the club to the 2016 French League cup final where they were edged by giants, Paris St-Germain 2-1.