Barnsley captain Jacob Butterfield is still weighing up his future after expressing his ambition to play at the highest level.
The midfielder is out of contract at the end of the season and is not ruling out staying at Oakwell after reportedly being offered an extension.
However, the likes of Everton, Fulham and West Brom are understood to be keeping tabs on the 21-year-old, who is keen to play in the Premier League.
Butterfield will not rush into a decision regarding his future after conceding it may not be the right time to leave Keith Hill's Tykes.
"I'm still thinking things through, it's a massive decision for me," Butterfield told The Star. "You hear all kinds of rumours, but I try not to look into them.
"I'm just thinking what's best for me at this stage in my career. I love working for the gaffer and playing at Barnsley.
"Playing week-in, week-out is great and being captain is a massive honour. They're a great set of lads and I'm comfortable where I'm living, so there's not really any need for me to leave.
"But every player, growing up as a kid, dreams of playing in the Premier League. I'm no different. I want to play at the highest level.
"I'd love to go on and play in the Champions League and for England, I've got those ambitions.
"I'm not getting carried away though, I am taking things one step at a time but it's up to me to make the right step now.
"I might do well to stay at Barnsley and develop further here, but it might not be that. I haven't made that decision yet."