Jack Grimmer has said that he has evaulate his options as he comes to the end of his Coventry City contract.
With Mark Robins going down the route of Dujon Sterling on loan from Chelsea, Grimmer, who was superb last season in League Two, has struggled for first team opportunities.
Speaking to the Coventry Telegraph, Grimmer said: “I have not had the direct conversation but I think if you only play seven or eight league games that should be the base line to move on.
“It’s unfortunate because my best memories in football, by a country mile, have been here at Coventry. But that’s football and you take the highs with the lows and move on.
“I’m looking forward to a fresh start, whether that’s here or away because I want to get back playing regularly.
“I will have to evaluate my options. You play football because you want to play, especially last season and getting the proper taste for playing 40-50 games during a successful campaign, and it really hit home the fact that I want to play every game.
“That’s obviously not been the case this season and that’s when you need to sit back and see where that can be an option.”
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