Jonathan Villar is "willing to bet on himself and go year-to-year unless [the Milwaukee Brewers] approach us with a contract that makes sense," according to his agent, Melvin Roman.

The infielder reportedly rejected a contract extension this offseason that would have guaranteed him in the neighborhood of $20 million.

Villar, who turns 26 in May, hit .285/.369/.457 with 19 home runs, 63 RBI and 62 stolen bases in 679 plate appearances last season.