The 26-year-old midfielder is enjoying a revival at Championship side Barnsley but has hinted he has no plans to stay at Oakwell when his loan deal expires at the end of the season.
"When I joined Barnsley, my aim was getting playing time, since Fulham had obtained excellent results and it was difficult to make it into the first team," he told ISNA.
"I am pleased that I have played in more than ten matches for Barnsley, except in the last one when I had caught a cold.
"My contract (with Fulham) runs out next year and I would like to return to Fulham. Meanwhile, the contract allows me a transfer to a different club if I have an offer. I would consider other offers in case I am not included in Fulham's main squad."
Teymourian joined The Cottagers from Premier League rivals Bolton Wanderers last summer but struggled to make any sort of impact in his first six months.
He was loaned out to Barnsley during the January transfer window and has since played a key role in the club's fight against relegation.