Daniel Cousin says while he is happy at Hull, he has not ruled out a big-money move to the United Arab Emirates.
The 32-year-old striker netted five times to help the Tigers stay in the Premier League last term following his switch from Rangers for an undisclosed fee.
While he is enjoying his time at the KC Stadium, Cousin says he is waiting for a proposition from the UAE as he seeks to maximise his earnings before his career draws to a close.
The former Le Mans and Lens player told Aujourd'hui Sport: "I am really fine here. I only scored five goals but I am convinced without my injury I could have scored 10.
"I have learnt a lot playing here, against teams I could only watch on TV when I was in France.
"I am 32-years-old, it would be impossible to come back to France. However, if I'OM or Bordeaux show interest, we can have dreams!
"UAE? I am waiting for a proposition. You can't close your eyes. At my age, the sporting aspect is important, but the financial aspect is more important."