Hungarian star Szabolcs Huszti admits he is flattered to be linked with a move to Britain.
Bolton, Everton and Portsmouth are understood to be keen on the Hannover winger, whilst Scottish champions Celtic and Sevilla are also said to be tracking him.
The 25-year-old admits he is not concerning himself with reports he could be set for a move in January - although he does not rule out of the possibility.
"I've have also heard about the interest of the mentioned clubs," Huszti, who has 38 caps for Hungary, told Nemzeti Sport.
"But at the moment I'm not worried about my future.
"I can only say more about the rumours when I sign a contract - or when it's decided that I stay here in Hannover."
However, Huszti - out-of-contract at the end of the season - has admitted he is likely to leave Germany.
"I think the most unlikely possibility is that I stay," he said.
"The Premier League and Primera Divison are the best championships in the world and I'd love to continue my career there in order to reach my best football.
"It is true that I could face big rival players in these leagues but I like challenges. If I didn't then I wouldn't have moved from Ferencvaros to Metz some years ago.
"I think at the age of 25 it is high time for me to change."