In-demand Santos playmaker Paulo Henrique Ganso insists he has no immediate plans to leave Brazil for European football.
The attacking midfielder is a reported target for Manchester United and Tottenham, while Portuguese champions Porto have also been monitoring his progress.
Ganso, though, will bide his time over his future but expects the opportunity to leave his homeland to arrive in due course.
He told Lancenet. "I haven't thought about it yet, I'm focusing on the (Copa) Libertadores. I'll think a lot when that moment comes.
"It will be hard. It's a complicated decision because this is my second home."
However, the 22-year-old, capped eight times by Brazil, will only move to a "big" European team that can match the stature of Santos.
He added: "I'll be happy if I can play for a big team. Santos are a big team so I have to move to another big team.
"I want to fight for titles, I don't want to play for a team that fights against relegation."
Santos have made a poor start to the 2012 Brazilian domestic season, failing to win in their first four league games and trail in the first leg of their Copa Libertadores tie with Corinthians 1-0.