Wes Thomas has admitted to the Birmingham Mail that his Birmingham City career will come to an end in the summer.
Thomas’s contract expires at the end of the current campaign and his chances of breaking back into Gary Rowett’s team seem limited.
The striker is currently on a loan spell at Bradford City in League One, and he says that he is considering his options ahead of an expected summer switch.
“My contract is up at the end of the season and I’ve not been playing much, so I need to be out there," Thomas said. "It’s natural for any player if you’re not involved.
“I pretty much know that I’m not going to be at Birmingham come the end of the summer, so I’ve got to be looking for somewhere else. This is a good opportunity for me to show people what I can do.”
Thomas made just two appearances for Birmingham in the early part of the campaign, before Rowett deemed the 29-year-old to be surplus to requirements.
The attacker was then shifted out on loan to Swindon Town, where he notched two goals in six matches, but that deal was not made permanent in January.
As a result, Thomas has now been brought to Bradford - who are battling for a play-off place in the third tier.
Thomas has already made two substitute appearances for the Bantams, who currently sit in 12th place in the League One table.
If Thomas does leave Birmingham at the end of the season, he will do so having made 33 Championship appearances and scoring four goals for the Midlands club.