Madjid Bougherra admits he would relish the opportunity to take in a second spell in the Premier League.
The Algerian centre-half has turned out in England for Crewe Alexandra, Sheffield Wednesday and Charlton Athletic, but took in just half a season in the top flight during his time with the Addicks.
He has spent the last two years with Scottish giants Rangers, helping them to wrestle SPL dominance back from Old Firm rivals Celtic.
Bougherra has, however, been strongly linked with a summer move away from Ibrox, with the likes of Hamburg, Liverpool and Arsenal all reported to be keen.
The 27-year-old insists he has no plans to sort out his future just yet, having only recently wrapped up his World Cup commitments, but he has revealed that the chance to test himself against the best in the business appeals to him greatly.
"I am tired after the World Cup so I want to have a holiday and recharge for next season," Bougherra told skysports.com.
"First of all I am a Rangers player, my contract runs until 2012, so I am fine there.
"I heard that Hamburg and Arsenal are interested through the papers, but there is nothing official as yet.
"I would choose the Premier League if I had a choice, I love the English mentality and their football is the best.
"I want to test myself against the likes of (Wayne) Rooney, (Didier) Drogba, (Fernando) Torres and (Emmanuel) Adebayor as those guys let you know what level you are at.
"For me, it is also time for pay back because I don't think a lot of people remember that I played in the Premier League with Charlton."