Fiorentina's Mounir El Hamdaoui has opened the door to a move to the Premier League, with West Brom reportedly showing interest.
The Moroccan striker spent 12 months at Tottenham from 2005, but failed to make an appearance in England's top flight, although did see action for Derby County in a loan spell.
Since then the 28-year-old's career has taken in time in the Netherlands, where he enjoyed three prolific years at AZ Alkmaar, and Italy.
El Hamdaoui joined Fiorentina from Ajax in July 2012, and has been linked with a move to Liverpool, Sunderland or Marseille in the past.
Fiorentina are thought to be keen on St Etienne striker Pierre Aubameyang, and El Hamdaoui is open to a potential move back to England following a tough year in Italy, where has scored three times.
"I have a contract till 2015, however to play in England would be appealing to me. We will see what will happen at the end of the season," said El Hamdaoui, who has most recently been linked with West Brom.
"On the 1st July, people will see where I play."