Olivier Dacourt has admitted that he is considering retiring at the end of the season once his loan with Fulham comes to an end.
The 34-year-old arrived from Inter on the final day of the January transfer window but has failed to regularly break into the Cottagers side.
The midfielder is yet to start a game in the Premier League after joining to play more first-team football following his failure to win back his place with Inter after tearing his cruciate knee ligaments in December 2007.
But with just four appearances from the bench in the league and only two starts in the FA Cup the former Leeds man is contemplating calling it a day.
"On a personal level the most important thing is to play, because I didn't play for one year," he said.
"Maybe I will stop my career at the end of the season. I came here to have fun during four months.
"Now I have two months remaining to have fun."