Juventus' out-of-favour striker Amauri has revealed that he will be leaving the Italian giants in January.
Tottenham, QPR and Fulham have all been linked with the Italy international who has not played for the Serie A giants this term.
The 31-year-old has not been involved after turning down a transfer in the summer which did not please Juve manager Antonio Conte.
Amauri is keen to sign a long-term contract with another club and he is confident that he will get the move that he wants.
He told La Stampa: "I know in recent weeks offers have come from both Italy and from abroad.
"I would prefer to stay in Italy, because the national team is still a dream and being here I have more possibilities.
"But one thing is for certain: in January I'm going to play. It's not a question of money, it's a question of the length of the contract.
"At 31-years-old it will be the last contract of my life and I have always asked for a three-year deal, partly because I think I can still play three seasons at a high level."
Amauri has also been linked with Serie A rivals Genoa, who have expressed their interest in signing the attacker.
They made an offer to the Brazilian-born player, but have since turned their attention to Fiorentina forward Alberto Gilardino instead.
But, despite rumours suggesting otherwise, Amauri insists he did not turn down an offer with the Marassi club.
He added: "It's not true that I turned down a transfer to Genoa. I like that club."