Bayern Munich reserve goalkeeper Sven Ulreich has told Sport Bild he would consider a move away from the German champions in a bid for regular first-team football.
Former Germany under-21 international Ulreich, 28, has made only four appearances since he signed from Stuttgart in 2015 and has found it difficult to challenge Bayern's No. 1 goalkeeper Manuel Neuer -- voted the world's best goalkeeper for the fourth straight year in 2016 -- for a first-team spot.
"If the opportunity arose to play at another club, I would seriously consider it," Ulreich told Sport Bild.
Contracted until 2018, Ulreich's only start this season came in Bayern's 3-2 defeat at Champions League newcomers FC Rostov, while last campaign he was limited to only 40 minutes of Bundesliga action as a second-half substitute on the final day of the season against already-relegated Hannover.
"I'm an ambitious player," he said. "Of course it's not my aim to sit on the bench as a No. 2 for the rest of my career."