David Goodwillie has revealed Dundee United will allow him to leave the club if the right offer comes along.
The striker, who was linked with Blackpool and Rangers in the January transfer window, penned a one-year contract extension last month to prolong his stay at Tannadice until 2013.
However, while the 22-year-old is focused on the Tangerines, he says the club have given him assurances they will not stand in his way if he is the subject of a suitable bid from elsewhere.
Goodwillie said in the Daily Record: "I had a long meeting with the chairman and manager and we all decided that was the best thing for me right now.
"They stated clearly that if somebody was to come in with the right offer I would still be able to go. If it's the right price for the chairman he won't stand in my way.
"It is a win-win situation. If I go I will be furthering my career and if I stay I will be playing every week and bettering myself as a player.
"I was just happy to put pen to paper."
He added: "I don't pay much attention to whether other clubs are supposedly interested in me or not. I'm just happy that, as things stand, I will be a Dundee United player next season."
Scotland international Goodwillie, who reportedly attracted a £2million bid from Ibrox earlier in the season, has been nominated for the PFA Scotland Young Player of the year award.
The youngster, who made his senior debut for his country in November last year, admits this season has been the best of his career so far.
He said: "I'm just happy to be noticed by my fellow players. I was surprised but just glad to be in the mix.
"It's been a brilliant season, a rollercoaster, but I'm still looking for a level of consistency.
"But this has been my best season so far as I've played every week."