Torquay centre-back Guy Branston is unsure of his future at the club as he waits for a new contract offer.
The 32-year-old has been named Gulls' Player of the Year and selected in the PFA League Two Team of the Year, but he is out of contract in the summer.
Branston says he is happy to remain at Plainmoor but is becoming increasingly frustrated that a new deal is not yet forthcoming.
He told skysports.com: "The door's now open for other teams to come in for me because Torquay haven't offered me a contract.
"I understand the club doesn't know which division they're going to be in but whatever happens, I want to stay here, so why not offer the deal now? I'm confident I can step up into League One. Other than getting used to a quicker tempo and making sure you keep the ball longer, there's not much difference.
"I'm happy at Torquay United and I've told them that. But now I'm in the situation where I can talk to other clubs and I know there's plenty of interest. Clubs worry about your age but they should keep the side that's done well for you then build on that. You don't let it disperse then start again from scratch."