Manchester United goalkeeper Tomasz Kuszczak has admitted that he will consider leaving Old Trafford in search of regular first-team football.
The 28-year-old has been with the Red Devils for just over four years, but has made only 55 appearances due to the form of Dutch veteran Edwin van der Sar.
England hopeful Ben Foster quit United for Birmingham City in the summer and Kuszczak is pondering a similar move with a place in Poland's future plans also in his mind.
He told the Manchester Evening News: "I could understand Ben's position. He wanted to move because he wanted regular football and he wanted to play for England.
"If I don't get enough games I will have to do the same as Ben. The years are going by and I will be 29 after this season - I want to enjoy football and I want to play.
"I want to play for my country and if you don't get enough games you don't get promoted to the national team.
"The key to the national team is to play more and more for your club and that is why I want more matches for United.
"The European Championship in 2012 is in Poland and it is very important for me to be there and play for my country.
"It happens once in about 20 or 30 years that a competition like this is in your country, so I am going to do everything to be in this tournament.
"I have to play regularly at club level and play well if I am to be in the squad for 2012."