LAWRENCE Vigouroux has revealed that he wants to leave Swindon Town this month.

The Chilean goalkeeper posted on Facebook that he was seeking a “fresh start somewhere else” and also told news outlet El Deportivo in his homeland that he had received offers from other clubs.

El Deportivo have reported that Vigouroux said: “I have offers. There are options in Belgium, Holland, Portugal and some teams in England. From Chile, I was also called by a First Division team.

“In about two weeks I will have clarity about my future. I want to resolve it calmly.”

The revelation comes after Vigouroux was dropped from Town’s matchday squad for the 2-1 win away at Barnet on New Year’s Day.

In the aftermath of that match, manager David Flitcroft stated that was in response for a breach of club discipline after Vigouroux and team-mate James Brophy went on a night out in Swindon immediately after the 1-0 win at home to Notts County last Saturday.

This is the second time he has caught the ire of Flitcroft this season. The goalkeeper received a four-match ban from the FA for comments made to match officials in the wake of the home loss to Coventry City on September 30 and did not return to the starting line-up for another eight games after that.

The Advertiser have contacted Swindon Town for a comment.