Chelsea winger Arjen Robben insists he will consider his options if manager Jose Mourinho continues to rotate his starting line-up throughout the season.
Robben signed for Chelsea from FC Groningen for £12m in 2004
The 22-year-old, who has started just 10 of Chelsea's 20 games this season, wants more regular first-team football.
"If I am not in the team I will have to consider other options," he was quoted as saying in the News of the World.
"There are players here who get a lot of money for doing nothing but I don't want that to be me, I'm too young."
The club have said I will be playing more regularly, so let's wait and see
Robben's relationship with manager Jose Mourinho has reportedly been frosty since he was he was substituted in a Champions League game against Real Betis last season.
However, after an early-season injury forced the Dutchman out for a month, Robben has revealed he has been promised more playing time.
"The club have said I will be playing more regularly," he said. "So let's wait and see."
Should Robben become available it could alert the attentions of Spanish giants Real Madrid, who were heavily linked to the forward during the summer.