Yet to find a club Harry Kewell admite he is frustrated but still has an eye on what he can do for the Qantas Socceroos.
Australia's greatest footballer, Harry Kewell is frustrated and without a club but remains confident he still has what it takes at the top level.
The 33-year-old is in limbo after he left the A-League for family reasons with one year remaining on his contract with the Melbourne Victory.
Kewell explained his reasons for heading back to the UK, while also refusing to give up his dream of making the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
Kewell has been linked with Championship sides Blackburn and Middlesbrough and, more recently, third-tier Swindon Town.
"It's very difficult," Kewell said.
"I'm twiddling my thumbs. I'm working and training but don't know what I'm doing."
"I'd love to be playing back in England to get a feel for that again. Whether it happens or not is another question."
"It's just a waiting game and it's frustrating because I need to do something and once I find out what I'm doing, I'll be a lot happier."