Fulham striker Marcello Trotta says several clubs in his native Italy are interested in him following his return to Craven Cottage from loan.
The 21-year-old from Santa Maria Capua in southern Italy spent last season with Brentford, his second spell with Fulham's west London near-neighbours.
He scored 12 goals to help the Bees win promotion from League One, and while unclear whether he has a future under Felix Magath, he admits the option of a move back to his homeland pleases him.
"I'm happy with my season at Brentford and for the promotion in the Championship. My loan is finished and Fulham have summoned me for the pre-season that will begin next week," he told tuttomercatoweb.com.
"I have not yet talked with the executives to understand what the club want to do with me. I know that in Italy many teams are interested in me and that makes me happy. Together with my agents I will evaluate the offers. "