Paul Jones says he has no intentions of retiring, despite playing his final match for Barrow in Saturday's 2-0 win against Hayes & Yeading.
The 32-year-old defender ends a seven-year association with the Bluebirds over two spells at Holker Street.
"I'm a Uefa 'B' qualified coach, but I'm not looking into that at the moment," Jones told BBC Radio Cumbria.
"If something arises where I have to look at those jobs I will, but I just want to carry on playing."
Liverpool-born Jones, who began his career with Tranmere Rovers, has been on-loan at Droylsden since March, having lost his place in the Barrow first-team.
However, the former Oldham centre-half is yet to agree a deal, and joins hundreds of other out-of-contract players in seeking a club next season.
"You go into a big pool of players who are looking for clubs as well, so there's nothing for granted that I'll find another club.
"I've built up a lot of contacts over the years so hopefully I'll have done enough to have impressed someone that I've come across in the past.
"I'll look at my options then."