Lyon ace Aly Cissokho admits that a move to England would appeal to him in the future.
The 23-year-old left-back has emerged as one of the best attacking full-backs in Europe over the last 18 months.
After starting his career in France he made his name at Porto who snapped up him from Vitoria Setubal.
After less than a season at Porto he left for Lyon after a move to AC Milan fell through over problems with his medical.
Cissokho, who has also been capped by France, is now showing up well for Lyon and that has seen him strongly linked with England, with Liverpool and Manchester City said to be keen.
Bayern Munich and Juventus are also reported to be keeping tabs on him, but he admits that England would suit his game.
When asked about England, he stated: "I think this is a league that suits me.
"It is a league where you can show power and get forward."
He admitted he has no preferences about potential suitors, saying: "Whether it is clubs like Manchester United, Arsenal, Man City now Liverpool or Chelsea, they are clubs you dream about."
But Cissokho did insist that he was more than happy to continue at Lyon, adding: "I am happy to be at Lyon, I am at the best club in France, and everyone gives a lot to me here."
When asked if he would 100 per cent be at Lyon next season, he opined in the third person: "Cissokho for now he has a contract until 2014 and I am very happy."