Ghana striker Asamoah Gyan has welcomed reports linking him with a move to the Premier League.
It is claimed that the 24-year-old, who is currently on the books of French outfit Rennes, is attracting interest from West Ham United.
A couple of star showings at this summer's World Cup have helped to raise his profile and bring him to the attention of clubs across Europe.
Gyan has scored in both of Ghana's games in South Africa so far and he is delighted to hear that his performances are catching the eye in England.
"I am flattered by interest from the Premier League, but I am concentrating on helping Ghana into the next round of the World Cup," he told skysports.com.
"It looks like we might be the only African nation with a genuine chance of reaching the next round."
Gyan, who found the target on 10 occasions in Ligue 1 for Rennes last season, insists he will not be pushing for a switch this summer but admits the chance to play in the Premier League would be difficult to turn down.
"It is simply the best league in the world and every player wants to be part of it," he added.
"I have a contract with Rennes and they will have a say as well. They have been brilliant to me and if I do leave it will be on good terms."