Marseille midfielder Charles Kabore has declared that he would welcome the opportunity to complete a switch to England.
Premier League clubs have been credited with holding an interest in Kabore in the past, and speculation suggests Stoke and West Ham could be tempted to make a move.
The Burkina Faso international is currently away on Africa Cup of Nations duty, but a deal could be put in place which will allow him to link up with a new employer upon his return to Europe.
A move to Turkey has been touted, but Kabore admits his preference would be to head for English shores.
The 24-year-old still has over two years left to run on his current contract at Marseille, but reports suggest he could be bought out of that agreement for around £2million.
"I have a contract with Marseille until June 2015 so I can hold out for a move to England," said Kabore.
"I love English football. I have contacts with some clubs in other leagues, but my priority is to play in the best league in the world."