Buzsaky was part of the QPR side that was promoted to the Premier League in 2011 and he joined Portsmouth on a short term deal in October after his contract at Loftus Road expired during the summer.
He also had an unsuccessful loan spell at Barnsley earlier this season, but his agent Vladan Filipovic is hopeful that the Hungarian will get another chance in England.
"Akos played in two teams (Portsmouth and Barnsley) in the last half a year. According to a FIFA rule, a footballer can change his clubs three times during a season but two clubs must be the same. But according to the English rules regarding the loan deals, he's still eligible to play in a third team in England.
"I hope he'll have a new team, he was injured but now he's back. Right now it would be difficult to get into the Premier League again but in summer he may sign there again." He told DigiSport Television.
Filipovic also looks after fellow Bulgarian Zoltan Gera, and he is convinced that the West Brom man will bounce back from the injury that ruled him out for the rest of the season.
He said: "He hasn't had any serious injuries in his first years but now he has had two cruciate ligaments in a row. But as I know Zoltan, I'm sure he'll be back. The doctors said his body is good for the Premier League for at least two to three years. Maybe people think it's difficult to come back at his age but I'm sure he'll get back to the Premier League."