SEB Brown is ready to quit AFC Wimbledon to get first-team football.
The Dons keeper is surplus to requirements at Kingsmeadow following the signing of Ross Worner and the appointment of Ashley Bayes as player-coach.
However, Brown still has 12 months to run on his contract in KT1, and is yet to discuss a pay-off.
But the 23-year-old admits he's desperate to play regular football – at the Dons or elsewhere.
He said: “If the opportunity of first-team football comes up somewhere it's in everyone's interest that I get it.
“It's been frustrating because every footballer wants to play. I've probably been a bit spoilt getting so many games so early in my career, but now I've got the taste for it it's hard to go back to not playing.
“I've still got a year on my contract, so unless anything comes up I'm willing to stay here and hopefully become a better keeper.”
Brown has featured just eight times since Neal Ardley took over as boss last October, spending a spell on loan at Woking at the back end of last season.
The arrival of pal Worner has cast further doubt over his Kingsmeadow future.
But he insists he harbours no bad feeling towards the former Aldershot shot-stopper.
He added: “I know Ross well. We both had the same coach when we were younger and been away together on a few training camps before.
“We're a similar age, so if we can learn from eachother it's a good environment for everyone.
“The set-up now is massively better having a full-time coach. [Paul] Priddy was good at what he did, but it was difficult that he wasn't in every day.
“The gaffer's noticed that and brought Bayeso [Ashley Bayes] in to try and rectify that.”
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