Reported Premier League target Balazs Dzsudzsak has revealed he could leave PSV in favour of a move abroad this summer.
The highly-rated Hungary winger has been linked with several English clubs including Arsenal, Tottenham and Everton, while sides in Spain are also thought to be chasing his signature.
It seemed Dzsudzsak had cleared up any speculation over his future earlier this year when he penned a new deal in Eindhoven to tie him to the club until 2015.
But the 24-year-old has now revealed he is ready to leave Holland in favour of an overseas adventure, and could be tempted by moves to England, Spain or Portugal.
''It's time for change'', Dzsudzsak told Hungarian newspaper Nemzeti Sport. ''It is quite possible that I will leave PSV this summer.
"I did not talk about it at first, because the Eredivisie was still ongoing.
"But now the season is over, I can say that I want to develop further. I don't know where yet. Spain, England or Portugal seem like attractive options.''
Dzsudzsak has enjoyed a breakthrough campaign in Eindhoven this season, scoring 21 goals in all competitions for the Dutch giants.
The left-winger, capped 35 times for Hungary, has notched up over 100 appearances for PSV since joining from native club Debreceni VSC in summer 2008.