LIAM Rosenior is training with Albion's under-23s while he looks for another club.

The 33-year-old utility player was released by the Seagulls at the end of last season after injuries and increased competition limited him to 51 appearances in three years.

Rosenior told The Argus: "I am so grateful to the manager (Chris Hughton), Simon Rusk (under-23s coach) and academy manager (John Morling).

"It shows what a classy club Brighton are."

Rosenior occasionally helped out with the under-23s last season as part of his studies for his coaching qualifications.

He is still keen to carry on playing and is waiting for a suitable opportunity.

"I've had a few playing offers that I've not accepted so far," he said. "I still feel I can play higher end Championship or Premier League. It just depends if clubs see it that way."

Rusk's under-23s have a simultaneous training camp in Portugal while the first team are in Austria.