Former Liverpool striker target Ivica Olic has opened the door to a move away from Bayern Munich.
The 32-year-old was linked with a move to Anfield as recently as March, with German publication Bild reporting manager Kenny Dalglish was keen on a move for the Croatian international.
The forward stayed in Germany with the Bundesliga giants, but limited opportunities have led to the player considering his future at the Allianz Arena.
"When I see that I am no longer being given playing time, then I have to think about a change," said Olic.
"I've always said that I will not be happy if I'm sitting on the bench during the winter of my career. If I cannot play here, then I will try to elsewhere."
Liverpool have been linked with a handful of strikers since the summer transfer window, with 'King Kenny' tipped to reinforce in the position at Anfield in January.
Despite big-money moves for Andy Carroll and Luis Suarez, a lack of depth on Merseyside in the attacking position has left Liverpool exposed to using the front-two in Carling Cup competition.
Wilfried Zaha and Hugo Rodallega have also been linked with moves to the club, but Olic has now thrown is hat into a possible January ring for joining Liverpool.