Ricardo Vaz Te may have just taken West Ham to the Premier League but the striker is still keen to consider offers to move elsewhere.
The Portuguese forward scored the winning goal for the Hammers in Saturday's Championship play-off final against Blackpool at Wembley.
And despite only signing for the Hammers in January, the 25-year-old admits the chance to play in his homeland would be an attractive proposition.
Vaz Te, quoted in the Daily Star, said: "I have another two years left on my contract and I'm happy at West Ham, but if something came up I'd have to analyse it.
"I've never had the chance to play in Portugal. If I did, of course, I'd sit down with people and study the offer.
The former Barnsley man has scored 12 goals in 18 games for the Irons but is still waiting for his senior debut with Portugal.
Asked about Paulo Bento's Euro 2012 squad, he added: "Without devaluing the players who were called up, I think I deserved to be named."