A-League an option for Socceroo hero

The Socceroos' Asian Cup final hero James Troisi says he will consider a short-term Hyundai A-League move as he seeks regular first-team football in 2015-16.

The 27-year-old attacking midfielder is owned by Juventus but has never played for the Turin giants and is unlikely to feature in their Serie A title defence during the coming campaign.

Troisi enjoyed a productive loan spell at Belgian club Zulte Waregem last term but appears no closer to securing his next loan move or permanent transfer.

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And the man who scored the winning extra-time goal in the Socceroos' 2-1 Asian Cup final win over South Korea in January may have to accept a temporary return home, where he starred on loan for Melbourne Victory in 2013-14.

James Troisi scores against Germany.

"I'm open [to a move] but whether it's Europe, Asia, the Middle East or the A-League, it has to be the right move," he told News Corp.

"I'm not 21 anymore, I'm 27 and I've been travelling quite a bit so I'm looking for a bit more security. If it's the A-League though then I would be prepared to accept something more short-term.

"It's only a few weeks before the transfer window closes so if nothing happens then I may have to go to Juve."

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