The eight-time Olympic champion hasn't given up on his dream of making it in the sport after failing to receiver a contract with the Central Coast Mariners following his trial with the A-League club.
Bolt admits he may have to bring an end to his ambitious attempts of converting himself from a sprint sensation to a lightening-quick striker after his time in Australia came to an end.
"With the Central Coast, we couldn't work out the contract stuff so that's dead, but I've got a lot of offers from other clubs out there," he said on Wednesday.
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Usain Bolt of the Mariners looks on during the pre-season friendly match between the Central Coast Mariners and Macarthur South West United at Campbelltown Sports Stadium on October 12, 2018 in Sydney, Australia.

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"Now we're just trying to figure out what [to do]. We'll make a decision before the end of November if I'm going to go to another club or call it actually quits."
Hopes were raised that Bolt could secure a permanent deal to the Mariners when he scored twice in a friendly in October, and despite an offer being made, the 32-year-old's management team revealed an agreement couldn't be reached.
The Jamaican retired from athletics after the 2017 World Championships in London, and Bolt has already turned down an offer from Maltese side Valletta.
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