A host of clubs have entered the race for Leon Britton, who is set to become a free agent.
The midfielder's contract at Swansea City will expire on 30th June, leaving him in the enviable position of being able to pick and choose his next move.
He will have no shortage of options should he snub the offer of a new deal with the Swans, with a number of clubs in the running.
Of those hoping to secure Britton's signature, two currently ply their trade in the Premier League - which is likely to appeal to the 27-year-old playmaker.
"Leon is facing what is obviously a big decision at this stage of his career and has not signed anything with anybody or given any verbal assurances," his agent Glenn Corcoran told the South Wales Evening Post.
"As things stand he will be a free agent on June 30 when his contract expires, but anybody who thinks he has already left Swansea is wrong.
"We are having continual conversations with Huw Jenkins and Swansea are still in the mix. They have been as good as gold with us.
"They want to keep him and, had they gone up, it would have been an easy decision for Leon.
"But as it is, he has just gone on holiday for a couple of weeks. He wants to have a think about things and make his mind up during that time."
Wigan are reported to be among those to have expressed an interest, but Corcoran has refused to reveal the names of those in the frame.
"It would not be right for me to talk about specific clubs, but there are two in the Premier League and two in the Championship as well as Swansea," he added.
"Leon has some options and he has a decision to make.
"Football, finances and his family will all come into it, but I don't think it will be about geography."
He added: "Everyone might be saying that Leon is sure to go to the Premier League, but he has got to be sure he will play because he would not be happy as a bit-part player or a squad player.
"Football is all about opinions - there will be some who will say Leon can't play in the Premier League and others who think he would be good enough.
"But there is no doubt in my mind that he is a Premier League player because of his quality, his energy, his first touch and his ability to pick a pass.
"Yes, he would need time to adapt to the pace and the physicality of the Premier League, but I believe he would do well there."