Zoltan Gera is not entirely opposed to prolonging his career in England, according to the Fulham player's agent.
Last week the Hungarian revealed his desire to run down his contract at the Cottagers before embarking on a new challenge overseas after seven years in the country.
The 31-year-old spent four years with West Brom from 2004 to 2008 and his agent, Vladan Fillipovic, suggests switching to another Premier League club is not entirely out of the question.
"It is not impossible at all that Zoltan stays in England," Filipovic told Hungarian station Digi Sport Television.
"We're open to any possibilities, it can be that he stays in England in case of a good opportunity. Gera still has a lot in his career, four or five good years.
Filipovic added: "It's a great advantage for him that he can play on two or three positions - as an attacking midfielder, as a second striker and also as a right-sided midfielder.
Gera is a reported target for Greek Super League giants Olympiakos, who are expected to move for the playmaker when he becomes a free agent.