Ross McCormack has reiterated his interest in joining Hull City, but feels Cardiff City are pricing him out of a Premier League move.
Only last month the highly-rated striker confirmed he would be open to joining the KC Stadium outfit, remarks he has now reiterated.
Tigers boss Phil Brown is desperate to bolster his attacking options having already missed out on the likes of Michael Owen, Bobby Zamora, Fraizer Campbell and Daryl Murphy this summer.
Cardiff are believed to want in the region of £5million for the 22-year-old striker, a valuation he feels it too high given the Bluebirds only shelled out around £100,000 to Motherwell.
McCormack, who would love to try his hand at top-flight football in England, says he would have to make a quick decision on his future if a suitable offer is made.
"I would definitely be interested, Hull are in the Premier League," he told the Hull Daily Mail.
"When you're a young boy all you want to do is play in the Premier League, so if a club wants to give you that chance then it would be hard to turn down.
"I would probably say £5m is an over-valuation for someone who has had one season in England and done well. I joined for about £100,000, so it's a lot of money.
"I think it's pricing people out of the market, but if a club wants someone enough, they'll pay it.
"As far as I'm concerned nobody has come in for me. If a team did come in for me then I would have to make a quick decision."