Blackpool's Premier League preparations have been dealt a blow with the news Hameur Bouazza could move on.
The Algerian forward enjoyed a productive campaign in 2009/10, making 20 appearances as Ian Holloway's men beat the odds to secure promotion into the top flight.
The Seasiders had been hoping that the 25-year-old could be persuaded to stay on at Bloomfield Road, with the challenge of testing himself back among England's elite expected to be too good to turn down.
However, Bouazza, who has previously turned out for Watford, Swindon, Fulham, Charlton and Birmingham, has hinted that he could snub a new contract in favour of a deal elsewhere.
The French-born winger admits he would relish the opportunity to turn out for Ligue 1 giants Paris St Germain, while he is also willing to listen to offers from any other potential suitors.
"I've had a good season with Blackpool," he said.
"I'm off to the Maldives for my holidays but I'll let my agents go to work.
"I have various options, including extending my stay at Blackpool, but I am ready to listen to other offers and I'm not ruling out a return to France.
"I'm a kid from the Paris suburbs and I have a real desire to play for the club that represents the capital city."