El Hadji Diouf is planning to hold talks with Bolton over his future at the club.
The Senegal star is unsettled at The Reebok Stadium after failing to establish himself in Sammy Lee's starting line-up.
Diouf, who claims he is being chased by a host of teams, has admitted he would consider a move to a club with UEFA Champions aspirations.
TalksThe former Liverpool man is now set to sit down with Bolton bosses to thrash out his future.
"I'll go back to Bolton to speak to the chairman," Diouf told The Sun. "At the moment I'm at Bolton but tomorrow who knows?
"Before I had some problems at Liverpool but everyone in the UK now knows that El Hadji Diouf is a top player.
"I don't just want to move for moving's sake because Bolton is like my second home. I want to go to where I'll be happy."
Meanwhile, Lee has called on Bolton's fans to get behind the team after a disappointing start to the season.
Bolton have lost all three of their opening Premier League games and Lee hopes the supporters keep faith with what he is trying to do at the club.
Disappointing"It has been a very disappointing week for the club but I would like supporters to keep faith in what we are doing," said Lee.
"It's not going to happen overnight, but it would be great if we could have some patience in what we are trying to do.
"We have been working very hard on the problems we have encountered during the defeats."