Espanyol goalkeeper Carlos Kameni says he is keen on a move to the Premier League amid reports linking him with a Fulham switch.
Reports in the African media claim the Cameroonian is on the brink of joining the Cottagers on a three-year deal after agreeing personal terms with manager Martin Jol.
Kameni insists no agreement has been made with Fulham, but the 27-year-old has not ruled out joining the English top-flight this summer.
He told skysports.com: "Nothing is done yet, but things can move quickly in football, as you know.
"I want to experience another league and I have some contacts in the Premier League.
"I would love to play there. It is a fantastic league and a competitive league for keepers."
Kameni joined Espanyol in 2004 from Le Havre as a 20-year-old, establishing himself as the club's first-choice keeper and one of the best shot-stoppers in the league despite his young age.
Espanyol are thought to have put a €4million price tag on the Cameroon international, who has won 60 caps for his country.
Fulham's reported interest in Kameni throws the future of No.1 Mark Schwarzer into question once more, with the Australian having been a target of Arsenal over recent transfer windows.