The 27-year-old revealed that the Russian club are likely to cash in on him during the summer with his contract entering its final year and the winger is aware of the need to catch the eye of interested parties."I don't want to spend another four or five years there," he said on Tuesday.
"Nothing to do with being there but, as I've said before, I'd like to try somewhere else. Maybe England but I’ll need to show everyone what I can do again.
"It's not the easiest place to live. It's ok for me, I find it ok but it can be difficult for your family and that's obviously a big factor as well.
"It's been an eye-opening experience. It's been enjoyable, and it's been good for me. I can't say I have any regrets about it.
"I can't say anything bad about the Russian league, the team or the way I've been treated. It's been great." McGeady admitted.
He has been repeatedly linked with a move back from eastern Europe since sealing his £9.5million switch from Celtic in August 2010, with several Premier League clubs having been credited with an interest in him.
However, the former Parkhead favourite’s focus is firmly on Friday’s World Cup qualifier and he insists the Faroe Islands must not be underestimated.
“This is the main one now,” McGeady said. “We have to get three points on Friday.
“There’s no point in playing well in the two warm-up games before it and then not getting a result on Friday. That’s the one that will be remembered.
“You don’t want to disrespect the Faroes. It was a tough game when we played there, Sweden had a tough game there as well. First of all you just want to win. If you can get some goals that would be nice but first and foremost, it’s just trying to get the three points because it won’t be easy."