Caen striker Youssef El Arabi admits he is flattered to be linked with a move to England.
Stoke City and Wolves have both been linked to the Moroccan international, who was one of the top-scorers in France last season.
Speaking to skysports.com, El Arabi has admitted that he is flattered by the link across the Channel - but says he does not know whether he will be sold.
"I am flattered by the different reports in the papers linking me with clubs in Europe, I did have a gentleman's agreement with the club to go this summer, but to be honest it depends on the club," he told skysports.com.
"I am an ambitious player and want to play week in, week out in a top league and test myself against the top defenders in world.
"If an offer came for me from a good team and my club get what they want, I will be off, I love the Premier League."
On possible Stoke interest, he added: "Stoke City? I heard their manager watched me but that was through a newspaper, nothing else."
Meanwhile, Stoke chairman Peter Coates has confirmed the club are scouting abroad.
"We are looking everywhere to see what players are about and are available. We are certainly not closed from bringing anyone in from abroad," he told the Stoke Sentinel.