Lille's Eden Hazard admits he is flattered at reports linking him with Inter Milan.
The 20-year-old is one of the Europe's most coveted young players, with many observers predicting a bright future for the Belgium international.
His burgeoning reputation has led to AC Milan, Chelsea, Juventus, Real Madrid and Arsenal all understood to be monitoring his progress in Ligue 1.
And his displays in the French league last term saw his fellow professionals name him as the Player of the Year.
However, his growing maturity is enabling him to take all the adulation in his stride.
"Inter is a fantastic squad," Hazard told Corriere dello Sport.
"They have great champions. If you play for a club like Inter you have to be considered a top player.
"Of course the interest of top clubs can only please me. When a great club like Inter that has won so much wants me, this can only make me proud."
Despite the temptation to accept one of his lucrative offers now, Hazard maintains he will wait until the end of the season before making a decision on his future.
"For the time being I'm not thinking about my future," he added.
"My focus is on Lille. It's my agent that takes care of negotiations. I will discuss it with him but only in the future, not now.
"Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United all tried to buy me last summer.
"The interests of these great clubs and one like Real Madrid shows all the sacrifices I made were not in vain. I'm on the right track."