Jason Scotland: 'I have more to offer'

Jason Scotland
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Free agent Jason Scotland feels that he still has plenty to offer any potential new club.

Veteran striker Jason Scotland has insisted that he has no plans to retire following his release by Ipswich Town yesterday afternoon.

Reports had claimed that the 33-year-old may look to either call time on his career or play lower down the divisions after being informed of Ipswich's decision.

However, the centre-forward believes that he is still capable of scoring goals if given a regular chance.

"I spoke the gaffer and told him that I wanted to be playing football," Scotland told the East Anglian Daily Times. "He's been sound with me and I thank him for that.

"My chances were becoming limited at Ipswich and I want to be enjoying my football at this stage of my career.

"I still feel like I have a lot to give. I came on against Brighton recently, I thought I did well and the gaffer said I did alright too. I still feel like I've got goals in me."

Scotland's services have been linked with a number of teams in the Championship and League One.

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