Scotland goalkeeper Craig Gordon is focused on returning to full fitness before signing for a new club.
The former Sunderland goalkeeper is sidelined with a knee injury and has yet to settle his domestic futre.
"I'm just trying to get back fully fit with that before I start looking for a club.," he told BBC Scotland's Sportscene.
"I've still had a few niggling problems with my knee injury, which I've had on and off for quite some time now."
Gordon began his career at Hearts before a
£9m move to Sunderland in 2007
made him the most expensive British goalkeeper.
However, a knee injury midway through his second season with the Black Cats left him sidelined for several months.
And, only four months into the following season, a broken arm kept him out for another three months.
Further injury woes struck when Gordon
broke the same arm in pre-season training in 2010
, and, in April 2011,
Gordon underwent knee surgery
which kept him out for another eight months.
Gordon was released by Sunderland at the end of the 2011-12 season.