Matthew Amoah, top scorer in Holland, has told skysports.com that he would jump at the chance to move to England.
Amoah has played a huge part in helping NAC Breda to the top of the Eredivisie.
His goalscoring exploits are now attracting interest from across the North Sea and a number of English clubs have sent scouts to check on him.
Dutch sources claim Everton and Middlesbrough are paying particular interest to the Ghanaian who has fired home ten times in NAC's first ten games of the season.
Amoah has now admitted he could not resist the lure of the Premier League.
"Who is not looking to play in the Premier League?" Amoah told skysports.com.
"All top players want to move to England - it is the best right.
"I am waiting to hear from my agent but I know there have been enquiries from two clubs, but they have to agree a price with my club.
"I am scoring, so people will be interested me."
Amoah, who arrived at Breda from Borussia Dortmund last year, has just under two years left on his current deal.