Manchester City star Aleksandar Kolarov has conceded that he is considering his position at the club, after finding his first team opportunities restricted last season.
The Serbian international made just 12 league appearances for the Premier League champions last season, with City boss Roberto Mancini opting to use Gael Clichy instead.
The lack of game time has frustrated the 26 year-old, who is being linked with a summer switch to Serie A giants Juventus, according to Goal.com.
Kolarov joined City from Lazio in 2010 for a reported €19.7 million, and while in his first season for the club he was a regular starter, he has since been demoted to squad player.
As continued by Goal, the full-back admitted that he is discussing his options with his agent, and while he is happy with life in Manchester, his ultimate aim is to play more often.
"I am in constant contact with my agent, so we will soon see what happens," he told Corriere dello Sport.
"I am very happy here in Manchester, but my goal is to play with greater regularity. I said it to [coach Roberto] Mancini.
"Money has nothing to do with it and I have no problem with wages. It's simply that I would like to be able to feel more of a regular."