Aziz Deen-Conteh is keen to play again in the England to resurrect his career after recent dismal spells in Eastern Europe with Moldovan side Zaria Bălți and Georgian top-flight team FC Zugdidi.
The former Chelsea academy product is back in England searching for a new club as a free agent.
Deen-Conteh, 24, answering questions from Football Sierra Leone has said his agent Dimitri Seluk is working to ensure him a deal.
Asked about his motivation, he said: “I don’t know when but I’d like to play again in the England, I’m still waiting.
“I just want to get back playing football again hopefully in England but also depend on the level,” Deen-Conteh told footballsierraleone.net.
As for the future, he added: “I don’t want to go back to Eastern Europe; One or two offers from Russia and one of the clubs in Antalya pre-season training camp.”
“I’m looking for somewhere to call home and enjoy my football, so I can show my ability and what I’m capable of. I’ve not had that feeling of being able to call somewhere home since I left Chelsea.”
The Sierra Leone international represented England at youth level during his time at Chelsea.
The left-back spent the 2013–14 season with Greek club Ergotelis, making seven appearances in the Greek Superleague, before joining Port Vale in November 2014, and was loaned out to Boston United in August 2015.
Deen left Vale in January 2016 without making any first team appearance. He moved on to Moldovan side Zaria Bălți, and Georgian side Zugdidi.