Millwall's highly-rated striker Steve Morison concedes it would be hard to turn down the chance to play in the Premier League should a club show interest this month.
Skysports.com revealed at the start of January that Fulham were keeping tabs on Morison, who has scored 11 goals this season.
The 27-year-old has been in sensational form since joining Millwall from Stevenage in 2009 and is regarded as one of the top forwards outside the top flight.
The Wales international has been linked with a host of clubs and Morison says that he feels ready to test himself at the highest level.
"Every player wants to play at the highest level during their playing career and I am no spring chicken any more," Morison told skysports.com.
"I've made the step up to the Championship this season and obviously moving to the Premier League would be the last rung on the ladder, so if it happens then I will be ready for it.
"If nothing happens then so be it, but I would never rule out the chance to play in the Premier League because you have to believe in yourself at the end of the day.
"It is flattering to be linked with any club from a higher division, but at the end of the day it is only speculation.
"It is always nice to hear your name mentioned though because it means that you must be doing something right and also that your team are doing quite well and long may that continue."