Nash reluctant to sign new deal
Carlo Nash is stalling on signing a new contract offered by Stoke.
Stopper Nash has been offered a new contract but admitted he may decline the offer and move on to pastures new to seek first team opportunities.
Nash, 38, is third choice keeper at the Britannia Stadium behind Bosnian Asmir Begovic and Dane Thomas Sorensen.
The experienced goalkeeper told skysports.com: 'I am undecided because ideally I want to play football.
'It has been frustrating being third choice. I would have thought I'd have had a look in through injury, but that's not been the case.'
Nash helped Stoke to the Premier League whilst on loan in 2008 before he moved to Goodison Park for a season before returning back to the Potteries on a free transfer.
Since his return Nash has only made one appearance for the club, that coming in Stoke`s 2-1 league cup victory over Shrewsbury in 2011 but would be reluctant to leave the club.
'Stoke City is a great club and I've had some brilliant times here. The staff are fantastic and so are the fans.'