Jamie Roberts has not ruled out a move to London or France after his existing Cardiff Blues contract expires.
The Wales and British and Irish Lions centre is committed to the Blues until 2013. But Roberts told Welsh television channel S4C that he could move away from the Welsh capital at some stage of his career.
"I don't see myself playing for the Blues throughout my whole career," Roberts says on the S4C series Rygbi a Mwy, to be screened on Friday night.
"I want to still be playing when I'm 34 or 35 and I want to taste different clubs before that, maybe in London or France.
Roberts' former Wales team-mate Gavin Henson officially joined English club Saracens on Thursday, following fellow Wales international players Andy Powell (Wasps) and Dwayne Peel (Sale Sharks) to the Aviva Premiership.
But for the time being, the 23-year-old is more than at home with the Blues and has quashed talk of a move in the near future.
"At the moment, I'm really happy at the Blues and things are going well for me playing for Wales," he added. "It would be silly of me to think about leaving Wales any time soon.
"I'm still quite young, so it would be good for me to live in different places and gain new experiences, to learn about different cultures and in the process, learn about me as a person.
"I've got two seasons left with the Blues after this current season - up until when I graduate from my medicine degree at Cardiff University.
"Once I finish that, I'll be starting a new chapter in my life - maybe at a different club - and hopefully playing my best rugby."