Nigerian forward Obafemi Martins says he has no immediate plans to retire from football and will not rush to decide his next destination.
Martins who played for English clubs Newcastle United and Birmingham City, has been searching for a new club since his recovery from a torn hamstring injury in May.
He scored 32 goals and provided nine assists in 59 appearances for his last club – Chinese Super League side Shanghai Shenhua – before a season-ending injury in April 2018.
The former Inter Milan and Levante forward moved to China from Major League Soccer (MLS) side Seattle Sounders in February 2016, and achieved domestic success in Asia.
He scored in both legs of the Chinese FA Cup final to help Shanghai Shenhua win the 2017 FA Cup.