The Uruguayan-Aussie managed 27 A-League games this season, scoring two goals and claiming four assists and is thinking of playing in Europe next season.

Caceres spoke to FourFourTwo at the unveiling of JD Sports in Melbourne Central and was open to playing overseas to strengthen his CV.

The Uruguayan-Aussie was on loan from Manchester City and has no definite answer on where he’ll be next season but was open to playing in Europe.

“A dream most players have is to play abroad and to test yourself in another league,” Caceres Told FourFourTwo.

“If it comes to that I’ll definitely embrace it and go with it, a change could be good to take my game to the next level, whatever it may be, and I think it’s going to be a good thing.

“It may take a week or two to get the ball rolling on my next move, whatever it may be I’ll embrace it, whether it’s a new challenge or to stay here.

“I’ll continue giving it my all and hopefully keep improving as a player but I'm looking forward on what’s to come.”

Caceres enjoyed silverware this season with City, winning the FFA Cup in November but his team fell out of the finals 2-0 to Perth Glory on Sunday.

He also denied they were complacent.

“Taking the FFA Cup was definitely the highlight, but it’s not enough for a club like this I don’t think,” he said.

“Especially with the squad we had, we felt that we could’ve gone all the way and challenge for the A-League title.

“I don’t think many footballers get complacent because every game is a new challenge and you give 110 per cent no matter what. We struggled for consistency more than anything.”

Coach Michael Valkanis’ decision to exclude of Caceres, Luke Brattan and Nick Fitzgerald in the starting XI received criticism from some fans on social media.

Caceres only played the final 19 minutes of loss to Glory but he wasn’t surprised by his own omission.

“Leading up to the game I wasn’t in the squad anyway,” Caceres said. “It’s obviously frustrating, every footballer wants to play every game, especially a final but it wasn’t to be.

 “My role was to come off the bench and hopefully make a difference, unfortunately the game by then was already settled. It was always difficult to make an impact in a game like that, very disappointed and not much we can do now.”