Celtic goalkeeper Artur Boruc has admitted he would consider a move to a top European club.
The Poland international has regularly been linked with a move away from Celtic but he insists he has no plans to leave Glasgow, despite longing for his homeland.
"I really miss Warsaw. Sometimes I get terribly nostalgic and I do get homesick," he told Polish newspaper Rzeczpospolita.
"But I'm going to hold on and stay at Celtic."
Arsenal are reportedly keen to sign Boruc in the summer as a long-term replacement for Jens Lehmann, whose Emirates Stadium future is unclear.
And Boruc has refused to rule out the possibility of a move should the right offer come along.
"Obviously, if something comes up, and by that I mean a really big side coming in for me, I'd maybe think about," he said.
"But I would not leave for a smaller side. I'd only leave Celtic for a really top European side."