El Hadji Diouf is mulling over a move away from Bolton to join a club with UEFA Champions League ambitions.
The Trotters are currently bottom of the Premier League table with no points from three games and Diouf has already vented his frustration this season after being left out of the starting line-up for the defeat to Newcastle.
The Senegal forward claims he is wanted by five clubs but he is keen to consider his options and make the right move.
Tottenham, Celtic and Lyon have all been linked with Diouf and the 26-year-old is keen to go to a club involved in Europe's premier club competition.
But Diouf is also aware that it could be difficult to secure a quick transfer as Bolton value him at £10million.
He explained: "I have five clubs who want me but I don't want to go for going. I want to go to somewhere where I will be happy.
"But Bolton want a lot of money for me. They are asking for £10million.
"I want to play in the Champions League or with a club that wants to be there next season."
Diouf is eager for Bolton to show their ambition and keep star striker Nicolas Anelka at the club.
"If Nicolas goes I will be very disappointed. We need to keep Nico as for three years we have been doing very well.
"We need to go up to the next level and keep our good players as well as buying some more.
"This season we have the Carling Cup, the FA Cup and the UEFA Cup as well as the Premier League so we need a big squad.
"We don't have a big squad like last season and I'm not happy about that. I want to play in a good team."