Usain Bolt says he still wants to realise his dream of becoming a professional footballer and that he has offers from around the world.
The eight-time Olympic champion left Australian club Central Coast Mariners earlier this month after a trial period.
The 32-year-old played 95 minutes for the A-League outfit in two trial games and scored twice.
Bolt told Sky Sports News: “It is something that I want [to play football] it is a dream of mine. It’s not about the money.
“It’s still on the table, we still get offers. It’s just to see who is serious and who is not.
“It’s [offers] all over the place. I haven’t spoken to my agent about them yet but we get offers from pretty much anywhere.”