Graham Dorrans says he will pick his next home carefully after the former West Brom midfielder was pictured in training with Dundee.

Dorrans left the cinch Premiership club last year for A-League side Western Sydney Wanderers, but has returned to the UK after failing to settle in Australia. The 34-year-old was pictured training with James McPake’s team earlier this week. Dorrans is well thought-of after memorable spells down south with the likes of West Brom.

 

But he says there will be no rush in deciding where to go next (SM): “I’ve plenty more to come. I managed to get back playing at Dundee and my knee was fine. I felt good. I played every game and trained every day. I never missed a single session and that continued when I went out to Australia.

“The style of play that the manager wanted suited me and made it enjoyable so it was good to get back playing.

“My knee is fine and I still have a lot to give over the next few years. I will take my time and see what the options are. I love playing football and I’m 34 now so I want to pick the right option.”

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West Brom hero Graham Dorrans is taking his time.  (Photo by Ross Parker/SNS Group via Getty Images)

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