Ipswich Town's on-loan midfielder Kieron Dyer insists money will not be a factor when he decides where to play his football next season.
The 32-year-old's lucrative West Ham contract expires in the summer and he is putting his family first and foremost with regards to life after Upton Park.
Dyer is not ruling out a permanent move to the Championship having made his second debut for Ipswich in Saturday's goalless draw with promotion-chasing Leeds United.
The former Newcastle United man insists playing in the MLS in an option, but playing for Ipswich in the Premier League has always been an ambition.
"I have not got to think about money in the summer when my West Ham contract ends," he told the Green'Un24. "It is a good situation to be in.
"There are a couple of clauses in my contract but they should be sorted and make me free to decide what to do.
"The Championship is a possibility and perhaps abroad - the USA. But the decision will be made in my interests and the interests of my family.
"Ipswich Town means everything to me as they gave me my chance and I have blue in my blood.
"I don't have to worry about money and through my injury problems it has been wanting to play that has driven me on. It's made me want to get fit.
"It was always my ambition to play in the Premier League here."