Micheal Vick is open to returning to the Eagles as a backup, but he sounded Monday like he's prepared to move on from Philadelphia in search of his own starting job.

Now that coach Chip Kelly is building around Nick Foles, Vick is eager to test his value as the most attractive quarterback on the free-agent market.

"My desire is to start," Vick said, via Philadelphia Magazine. "I'm 33, I still feel good, and the way I've been able to take care of my body this year, the things that I've learned from, the nutrition aspect of everything, really has given me another jump-start. I feel good, I still know I can play and I'm just confident in what I can do based on what I do every day.

"I feel like I'm built to do this, and just want to continue to keep it going," Vick added." I'm not finished."

Vick believes he still can be the same player when he's 38 or 39 years old.

Having gone seven years without finishing a 16-game season, Vick is unlikely to be viewed as more than a stopgap option for a team without an established quarterback. The Raiders, Jets, Texans and Vikings are among the potential fits.