Middlesbrough star Rhys Williams admits he will not be extending his current deal with the club, unless their offer improves.
Williams is a product of Boro's highly acclaimed youth academy and he has now featured in over 50 first-team games playing in defence and midfield.
He has been strongly linked with a move to the Premier League, and with 18 months left on his current deal - Boro are looking for him to sign an extension.
"I've been at Middlesbrough a long time, they've stuck by me, they've given me contracts during injury and they've kept faith in me," he told the Australian.
"I've told the manager I'm happy to sign if the deal is right but right now it's not. Until the deal is right, I'll just sit on what I have now."
Williams admits that he does have his eyes on a move back to the Premier League as he looks to establish himself in Australia's side.
"My goal is to play in the Premiership and if I'm doing that week in, week out, maybe that could force the issue or show him that he can rely on me to do that centre back or centre-midfield job," he said.
"I've tried hard for the last three years to help get Middlesbrough back in the Premier League and hopefully this season will be the one.
"If not, I have to seriously look around and I've spoken to the (Middlesbrough) manager (Tony Mowbray) about that."