The Wales captain is considering offers at home and abroad after his Everton contract has finished.
Welsh center-back Ashley Williams debuted professionally in 2001 with Hednesford Town.
After moving to Stockport County and Swansea City, he landed in Everton in 2016.
And there he did not enjoy his best football and was loaned to Stoke City for a year.
Now his contract is up, and he’s ready to consider offers from home and abroad.
“We have two really big, difficult games,” Williams told the BBC.
“I am just focused on them. I don’t want to be on international duty on my phone talking about where I am going next.”
“I will do my best in these two games. After that, there will be a bit more holiday time and then I will really sit down and see what comes next,” he added.
“It’s the first time I have got to the end of a contract for a long time.”
“It’s not something I’m worried about – I am just excited to see what comes up,” he continued.
“My agent says we have got good options abroad and here.”
“I haven’t ruled anything out yet – we’ll decide when the time comes. At the moment it’s just business as usual,” the player said.
“It wasn’t a great season for Stoke City – we struggled as a team – but I enjoyed it.”
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