"I've been training hard and I am the fittest I have been in three years. But I'm sick of training on my own. I want a club," said Gazza.
"I'm desperate to get back and prove I can still do it.
"I don't want any presents on the 25th. I just need to get back on that field because I am missing it a hell of a lot.
"I've spoken to a couple of agents and it's just a matter of time. Whoever signs me, I won't let them down.
"I'd love a Premiership or First Division club to take me on. I still have options abroad but I'm looking to stay in this country for my kids - I want to see more of them.
"I could do a job for Terry. He will turn that club round come January. I have got a lot of time and respect for Terry. He is a clever bloke in football terms. I would do anything for him. I always call him my second dad."
Gazza has been without a club since being released by Burnley at the end of last season and has been linked with Exeter City and Gillingham in recent months.