Whether it's a job with the Philadelphia Eagles or another team, Michael Vick wants to play in the NFL next season.
The 33-year-old quarterback said Tuesday that he would like to start for a team in 2014 but would be willing to return to the Eagles as a backup to starter Nick Foles if no other jobs materialize during the offseason.
Vick suffered a hamstring injury in October and lost the Eagles' starting job to Foles. Vick finished the season with 1,215 passing yards, 306 rushing yards, five touchdown passes, three interceptions and two rushing scores in seven games.
Injuries have kept Vick from playing a full season since 2009.
"I don't worry about it," Vick said, according to CSNPhilly.com. "My skill set is still there, my arm is still there, my legs are still there, I'm still a playmaker, that's evident. I think at some point, I'll be playing somewhere."
Foles threw for 2,891 yards and 27 touchdowns with only two interceptions in 13 games. He added 221 rushing yards and three touchdowns while leading the Eagles to the NFC East title in his second year in the league.
"It all depends what happens, where I'm at in my career. Never rule it out," Vick said of a possible return to the Eagles next season. "But I'm not thinking of that right now. I'm not thinking about the future. I'm just thinking about doing whatever I can to help this team win a Super Bowl."