Former Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur defender Sol Campbell will not be making a decision regarding his future in a hurry, according to the player's agent.
The former England international - who has 73 caps for his country - left Portsmouth at the end of last season following the expiration of his contract with the south coast club.
The 34-year-old has since been linked with a string of clubs, both at home and abroad, including Blackburn, Aston Villa, Everton, Newcastle and St Etienne.
While the Portsmouth News had not ruled out Pompey's former captain signing a new contract at Fratton Park.
However, Campbell's representitive, Sky Andrews, insists the ex-Spurs skipper - who made more than 250 league appearances for the White Hart Lane outfit - is in no rush to finalise his future.
"There is nothing sorted with Sol at the moment. I don't know if anything is going to happen with Portsmouth now," he said.
"Sol is a grown man and makes his own decisions. It's not like when he was a teenager and I would advise on him on his options, he is a big man now and decides for himself what he is going to do.
"He's been keeping himself busy. He will [make a decision] when he's good and ready."comments