Glen Johnson is looking to end his time at the bet365 Stadium six months before his contract with Stoke City expires, according to the Daily Mail.

The former Liverpool full-back, who won two ​Premier League titles during a four-year spell on the books at Chelsea, is looking for first-team football in the top flight and has become frustrated with his lack of opportunities under Mark Hughes.

Johnson, who last appeared for Stoke against ​Bournemouth in October, has attracted interest from West Brom and ​Leicester City, with the latter currently relying on midfielder Daniel Amartey to fill in for their only right-back, Danny Simpson.

Johnson has accumulated over 350 Premier League appearances throughout his career, featuring for West Ham, ​Chelsea, Portsmouth and ​Liverpool before joining ​Stoke in 2015.

The experienced defender also played for England on 54 occasions, with his only goal for the Three Lions coming in a 3-1 victory over Mexico in 2010. 

Ledley King and Peter Crouch were also on the scoresheet for Fabio Capello's England team at Wembley Stadium.

One boost that Leicester City and ​West Brom will have in their pursuit of Johnson is that if the 33-year-old can work his way out of his Stoke City contract then the defender will be available to sign as a free agent - something that can be done after the January transfer window.