Sulley Muntari is refusing to rule out a move to Queens Park Rangers after seeing his loan spell at Sunderland come to an end.
The midfielder made the move from Inter Milan to the Stadium of Light in January on a deal that could have become permanent in the summer.
However, the Black Cats opted not to pursue such an option and Muntari admits he was disappointed with their decision.
The Ghana international, 26, is now waiting to see what opportunities come his way after being linked with several other clubs.
He would be prepared to return to Inter and fight for a place in the team, but is also open to the idea of staying in England.
Newly-promoted Queens Park Rangers have been credited with an interest in Muntari and the former Portsmouth man is intrigued by the speculation.
"I would have loved to stay with Sunderland," he told skysports.com.
"I love the Premier League but do not forget I belong to one of the biggest clubs in the world.
"QPR? Why not, it will be a start. I have done it with another good English manager at Portsmouth.
"We even won the FA Cup, so you never know."