Youssef El Arabi has revealed that he plans to part company with Caen at the end of the season.
The France-born Morocco international has spent the last three years with his hometown club, becoming a first-team regular along the way.
Now 24, he is enjoying his productive season to date in 2010/11.
He has scored 14 goals already this season, with a number of impressive showings catching the eye of interested parties.
El Arabi admits he is now keen to take the next step in his career, with it his desire to turn out for a club that will be competing in Europe next season.
"I have made my decision and I will be leaving," he told L'Equipe, despite being under contract until 2013.
"I have told the club officials about this, but I will continue to give my all until the end of the season.
"There are a lot of clubs interested in me, but I haven't decided where I want to go yet. I am only focused on helping Caen stay up for now.
"I want to grow as a person and I want to join a club that will be playing in a big European competition, either the Europa League or Champions League.
"I want to discover what I am capable of and I feel now is the right time.
"The Spanish and English leagues appeal to me the most."