Paris St Germain midfielder Clement Chantome is eager to secure a summer switch and admits a move to the Premier League would appeal.
A product of PSG's academy system, the 25-year-old has been a regular for the reigning French champions since breaking into their first team fold back in 2006/07.
He has, however, grown frustrated at being overlooked on the big occasions - most notably last season's UEFA Champions League quarter-final clashes with Barcelona.
Chantome feels he needs to move on in order to further his career and concedes that he would be willing to consider offers from Ligue 1, the Premier League and the Bundesliga.
"After last season, I feel that I have experienced what I wanted to with the club," he told France Football.
"It has become easier to make a decision. I want to play more and play in big matches. I want to experience something else. PSG is not my whole life.
"My ambitions? To play in the Champions League, and big matches. I also want to be a candidate for the French national team again.
"The best solution could be to stay in Ligue 1. But England and Germany would be attractive as well."