Robert Lewandowski admits he would be happy to join Blackburn Rovers if the Premier League club can agree a fee with Lech Poznan.
The Polish striker has emerged as a target for Rovers and was due to watch last weekend's 3-2 defeat by Everton at Ewood Park only to be grounded by the travel disruption caused by the volcanic ash from Iceland.
Blackburn do face competition for the 21-year-old, with Borussia Dortmund and Genoa also keen to bring in the forward in the summer.
Lech reportedly want £5million for Lewandowski, which may be out of Rovers' reach, and the player hopes his future will soon become clear.
Nothing is certain
Speaking to the Lancashire Telegraph via his agent, Lewandowski said: "Everything will become clear soon, but the clubs have to talk.
"A lot depends on Lech as they have to agree a deal with one of the potential new clubs.
"Each of the clubs are attractive for me. I don't think there is a big difference if I end up playing for either one of these clubs.
"I don't know if it is a big fee. I don't decide that. Of course there is still a chance that I could stay at Lech Poznan.
"Nothing is certain."