Ahead of the January transfer window, Real Madrid playmaker James Rodriguez has admitted that he may leave the club next month in order to gain regular playing time.
Chances have largely been few and far between for the former Monaco man under Zinedine Zidane, leading him to consider his future.
Once more, he was an unused substitute in Real Madrid's Club World Cup triumph over Kashima Antlers and he stopped briefly in the mixed zone after that clash to discuss what lies ahead for him.
"I can't assure you that I will continue [to stay here]," said Rodriguez. "I have offers and there are seven days to think about things.
"I am happy in Madrid but I want to play. There is a little disappointment at not playing in the final but I'm happy to have won the title, it is the 15th of my career."