The 20-year-old defender remains some way down the pecking order at St James' Park and is likely to find Premier League opportunities hard to come by.
The Australia U20 international accepts that he may have to go looking for game time outside of Tyneside, and would be happy to leave on a short-term agreement.
Good enjoyed a productive stint at Bradford City last season - appearing in the League Cup final at Wembley.
A switch to another Football League club would appeal to him, as clubs outside of the top flight will be able to dip back into the market from Tuesday.
Good told the Evening Chronicle: "I'm not sure at the moment what I'll do, but I'd love another loan spell. I'd love to be playing professional football week in, week out.
"If I could, I'd be looking for a loan, but that's up to the manager. I'll just keep working hard here, and try and get closer to the first team.
"It's always good when you take a step forward in your career. It gives you confidence. It makes you hungry for more. You want to go further."