Carlos Tevez's representative Kia Joorabchian claims that the Argentine would be willing to stay in the Premier League.
Tevez has long stated his main reason for previously wanting to leave Manchester City was that his family could not settle in England.
However, off the back of his latest row with the club which has seen him exiled to the reserves, his agent Joorabchian now insists a move within the Premier League is a valid option.
"His family are now living in England, so he's quite happy and settled," said Joorabchian in the Daily Mirror.
"He had some problems about being away from them before, but they are with him now and everything is fine.
"He'd be happy to move to another Premier League club."
Tevez was last week charged and fined by Manchester City, after an internal investigation, following their UEFA Champions league clash with Bayern Munich in September.
City boss Roberto Mancini stated Tevez refused to come off the bench, but this was later dropped and he was charged with failing to carry out duties for not warming up.
City tried to fine Tevez four weeks' wages, but the Professional Footballers' Association backed the Argentine's stance and this was reduced to two weeks.
And Joorabchian feels the downgrade in the charges has altered the situation with the player.
"This week, the Professional Footballers' Association rejected the claim that he had refused to come on as a substitute," said Joorabchian.
"That has changed everything and clarified what actually happened.
"Carlos was desperate to play. He loves to play the game and always wants to play. Having to sit on the sidelines is very tough for him.
"It's not easy for him at the moment, but, in the January transfer window, City will want to get him out either on a permanent basis or on loan.
"We'll have to wait and see what happens."
He also confirmed that, despite interest from his former club West Ham, he would not contemplate a move back to Upton Park.
"He loves West Ham, but that's not going to happen," he added.