Karlsruhe keeper Markus Miller has admitted he would welcome the opportunity to move to England.
The 27-year-old is keen to secure a summer move after tasting the disappointment of relegation out of the Bundesliga last season.
He is contracted to Karlsruhe for another 12 months, but he does have a clause in that deal which allows him to leave should any club offer £900,000 for his services.
Karlsruhe are understandably keen to keep their first-choice shot-stopper, but are aware that they face a difficult task persuading him to stay.
They have asked for Miller to accept a pay cut, but the player is reluctant to see his salary slashed after six years of loyal service.
"The contract I am on is less than a year old and all the paperwork was signed at the same time," Miller told Kicker-Sportmagazin.
"I have played for a small amount of money for a long time, during all of my Karlsruhe years, and I have never been a top earner."
He added: "I am interesting several clubs. Some are from foreign countries and I would like to go to England."