Joe Hart admits he has admitted he will leave Manchester City next summer and has no future at the club.
Hart lost his place in the Manchester City side to Willy Caballero before the club then signed Claudio Bravo from Barcelona, leaving Hart to join to join Torino on a season-long loan deal in August.
Hart believes that he needs to look elsewhere for a permanent move, and says City will not stand in his way.
“This is the second time I’ve gone out on a season-long loan,” said Hart in an interview with Sky Sports.
“I’ve not been sent here to see how I do or see if I improve. I’ve been sent out because I wasn’t wanted.
“I’m not here to prove what I can do, I’m here because I need to look elsewhere and I didn’t have a chance to sort anything permanently.
“The way I look at it, I want to do as well as I can for Torino and if somebody comes in for me I don’t think Manchester City are going to stand in my way.
“I came in after the other players because of the Euros, and when we first had a conversation he said he had his reservations about me.
“I shook his hand, I said it was professionally honest, but not what I wanted to hear.
“I said I wanted to work for him and see what happens but I got the impression that it wasn’t really going anywhere. I got the feeling I wasn’t going to play.”
— Sky Football ⚽️ (@SkyFootball) December 1, 2016