Wigan forward Hugo Rodallega on Tuesday told Colombian radio he wants to leave the relegation-threatened Premier League outfit and is mulling offers for a move.
"My contract at Wigan runs out at the end of May and I hope this situation gets resolved - but I can already say these are my last three months with Wigan," Rodallega told Caracol Radio.
The 26-year-old - capped over 40 times by Colombia - said he was in talks with a number of sides but would not name them "out of respect for Wigan," currently rock bottom of the table and whom he joined in January 2009.
He insisted that until season's end he would be battling hard to keep Wigan, currently four points from safety, afloat in the top flight, like he did last season when his goal in their final match of the campaign kept them up.
Rodallega has scored 24 goals in 106 games for the club since arriving in January 2009 from Mexican side Necaxa for £4.5million.