Claudio Pizarro is keen to win the UEFA Champions League, but concedes he may not be able to do so at Bayern Munich.
The Peruvian striker has yet to agree a new contract with the Bundesliga champions and says he would be interested in joining clubs across Europe.
Pizarro has enjoyed plenty of success during his time in Germany with Bayern but says his search for European glory could take him to England, Spain or Italy.
"I am satisfied at Bayern, I have won many titles with Bayern, the only one that I haven't won is the Champions League," he said.
"If we don't reach an agreement (on a new contract) I would like to play at Barcelona, Chelsea, Arsenal or Inter."
Pizarro is refusing to rule out staying at Bayern beyond the end of his current deal but admits he will have to work hard to claim a regular starting place in the future.
He added: "If I have to stay at Bayern I will have to work even more than I currently do because it's not easy to compete with players like Roque Santa Cruz, Roy Makaay and Lukas Podolski."