MARCUS Bean admits he looks like leaving Brentford at the end of the season.
The Bees midfielder has enjoyed a four-year stay at Griffin Park, and was a crucial figure in helping Andy Scott's side get out of League Two three years ago.
However, Bean has played less of a regular part in League One under Scott and Uwe Rosler, and is out of contract at the end of the season.
And despite fighting his way back into Rosler's side this season, the former Blackpool man has yet to be offered a new deal.
Bean said: “It's likely I will be moving on in the summer. It will be sad to leave, but the club have not offered me anything.
“I have really enjoyed my time here, and if I was asked to stay I would have to seriously consider it, but you have to be offered something first.
“I'm not taking it too hard – that's football. There has been interest from a few other clubs, so it's case of waiting to see what happens over the summer.
“But Brentford fans can be assured of one thing – I will be giving it my all while I am still here, and will always give 100 per cent in a Brentford shirt.”