Titi's presence in the first team last season was virtually non-existent, and the Guinean international admits:
"It is true that it was difficult; I would have loved to have played but it is the manager, not me, who decides.
"Playing in the reserves doesn't do anything for me - it is hard to be motivated.
"But that is part of life and I am sure next season we will find a solution.
"I'm on holiday and we will see what happens on my return.
"I can't continue to just play for the reserves and sometimes not even train with the first team.
"It makes me unhappy, but I know I am not a bad person.
"I ask myself when I will be considered ready, and I don't want another season in the reserves - I can't continue like that."
Titi, who still has two years on his contract to run, admits that a transfer looks the likeliest outcome, and concludes:
"I will have a conversation with Glenn and know we will find an answer."