Martin Lejsal is remaining coy on reports linking him with a move to Middlesbrough.
The Brno goalkeeper is rumoured to be a target of Gareth Southgate (pictured) during the January transfer window.
However, Lejsal refused to comment on Boro's reported interest but did confirm a desire to play in the Premiership at some point in his career.
"We have agreed with the management not to reveal which clubs are interested in buying me, so that I can concentrate solely on football," he said.
"The negotiations will have to be at an advanced stage (before the club is revealed).
"The Premier League is a very lucrative competition, but it is not as if I want to leave Brno, I am happy here."
Lejsal has just returned to action after surgery and has revealed he would prefer to remain with Brno until the end of the season.
He added: "If they buy me now, I would prefer to return to Brno on loan until the end of the season.
"If I went to England now, just after undergoing surgery, it will be very difficult for me to gain ground there.
"I would rather join them in time for pre-season."