Cameron Jerome has expressed a desire to move away from Stoke City after being frustrated by a lack of first-team opportunities.
The former Birmingham City front man has only made five Premier League starts for Stoke since signing back in August and is now willing to make his second move in as many years.
Manager Tony Pulis mainly used Jerome for their Europa League games but the Huddersfield-born striker is now desperate to play some games in the Premier League – with or without Stoke.
Jerome told Mirror Football: “I keep saying, ‘I’ll just work harder and get on with it,’ but there comes a point where you wonder if you’ll ever get in the team.
“I don’t know what I have to do to get a consistent run. The manager says I train well, and every time I come on I make an impact with goals or assists.
“But when it comes to the following Saturday, I don’t seem to get a game.”
He admitted that he hasn’t spoken to the manager about his concerns, adding: “I’ve not knocked on the manager’s door, but there will be a time when I get frustrated and have to sit down with him and assess things.”
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