Brazilian striker Luis Fabiano has hinted that he may leave Sevilla to pursue other opportunities.
The 29-year-old admits he is ready for a new challenge after helping Sevilla into the UEFA Champions League whilst forming a crucial part of Brazil's Confederations Cup triumph in the summer.
Fabiano has played and scored in both Los Rojiblancos' Champions League group games against Unirea and Rangers, earning him a number of high-profile admirers.
Manchester United, Manchester City and AC Milan have all shown an interest having seen him in action.
All three clubs will welcome the Brazilian's recent revelations, especially with his current contract coming to an end.
"I will look at other offers when my contract ends because as a footballer you must always look to profit from opportunities," he said.
Fabiano came close to signing for Milan in the summer transfer window but the club failed to meet Sevilla's £25million buy-out clause.
Although not ruling out a future move, Fabiano insists that, for the time being, he is concentrating on playing for Sevilla.
"I am happy in Sevilla and content with my position in the squad," he said.
"The 2010 World Cup is just around the corner and to play a part in that is a big dream of mine.
"I am very grateful to Sevilla for the chances they have given me so far - they have helped me remain a part of the Brazilian team."