Wales striker Robert Earnshaw has confirmed he will not be returning to Major League side Toronto next season.
The 32-year-old joined Toronto from Cardiff City in February 2013 and scored eight goals in 23 games for the club.
The ex-Norwich City and West Bromwich Albion player is now free to talk to other clubs.
"Ryan Nelsen [Toronto manager] wanted me to stay but certain things cannot be controlled," Earnshaw said on Twitter.
"Now I have to take some time to make some decisions where I play.
"I'm excited for the next chapter and what will happen. I have to make big decisions and it's all good."
Toronto, managed by former Blackburn defender Nelsen, recently signed England striker Jermaine Defoe from Spurs.
Zambian-born Earnshaw has won 58 caps for Wales but has not appeared for the national side since the friendly against Bosnia-Hercegovina in August 2012.