The Nigerian international who has season at the Britannia stadium has been hampered by injures has not revealed where his next destination will be.
“I have to realise I’m not getting any younger. Players like me and Peter Crouch are used to playing all the time for the last 10 years.”
“This is maybe my last season, or last but one season, in the Premier League and so I appreciate the game time more than ever.”
Odemwingie,34 who has scored five goals in 27 appearance since joining Mark Hughes side in 2014 from Cardiff City is only a week away from overcoming his hamstring strain and has also revealed he would love a crack at Darren Ferguson’s Doncaster in the third round on the weekend of January 9.
“Cup games are important when you when you don’t play often,” said Odemwingie.
“It’s where you can get more chances to play and show the manager what you can do.
“I had hoped to be involved against Sheffield Wednesday, but I did too much extra work trying to be fit for the cup game and had a little muscle injury just two days before the game.
“What made it worse is that I felt fit and was doing well.” he told Stoke Sentinel