|Steven Naismith admits he may have to consider a future away from Everton if he cannot force his way back into Roberto Martinez's plans.|
The Scotland international's season has been filled with frustration so far having been forced to accept a bit-part role for the Toffees.
He has started just four Barclays Premier League matches and has not featured at all in the top flight since a 3-0 home defeat to Manchester United in mid-October.
However, Martinez is on record saying he does not want to lose the former Rangers attacker and even knocked back an £8million deadline-day bid from Norwich earlier this term.
But with the January transfer window set to open in three weeks' time, Naismith confessed the subject of a move may crop up again.
The 29-year-old said: "When Norwich were interested in me in the summer, it was the manager who said he didn't want it to happen. But as a player you need to think about all your options
"The manager said we'd speak about it again come January time so we'll do that.
"At the moment I'm just concentrating on playing my football as part of a great squad and hopefully if I get my chance to play again, I take it.
"But you've got to weigh up all your options and see where you're at.
"At the start of the season I wasn't playing then got thrown on nine minutes into the Chelsea game and not many people would've seen me scoring a hat-trick. That shows you how quickly it can change."
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