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"I'm not happy playing for a Roma team that is already out of everything by Christmas," the 28-year-old Italy international told Il Messaggero.
"I'm happy with the squad, but we are not playing the way I expected. And there are good reasons for that - three coaches in a few weeks is not the ideal preparation.
"Now I'm looking for assurances from the board. I'm not interested in my contract details. The most important issue is the project for the future. Without one there is no point in talking."
When asked where he would consider moving to, Totti ruled out Roma's bitter rivals: "I would never go to Juventus or Lazio - my first choice would be abroad."
Antonio Cassano has reignited the rumours surrounding his Roma future by admitting he is open to a new adventure in the summer.
The Italy international is one of the most controversial figures in Serie A and has regularly been at loggerheads with his coaches.
He has endured another turbulent season at Stadio Olimpico and there has been repeated speculation that he will leave the club.
Cassano has refused to quell the rumours by declaring his intention to win silverware in the near future, be it with Roma or another club.