Fulham star Luis Boa Morte admits he is still open to the possibility of a move away from Craven Cottage.
The Portuguese forward has been in fine form for The Cottagers this term and produced one of his best displays of the season with a well-taken double to sink Charlton on Saturday.
His second strike was particularly impressive as he burst past two defenders before slotting home with his supposedly weaker right foot.
The former Arsenal man has been linked with a big-money switch from West London before with Newcastle making clear their interest last summer.
Cottagers chief Chris Coleman has always insisted he will fight tooth-and-nail to keep the 28-year-old, but Boa Morte admits he would be interested in a move if it benefited both he and the club.
"Every player has his price," he told O Jogo.
"If it was a good deal for me and for the club, why not?"
The powerful front man also harbours hope of making Portugal's World Cup squad despite not being a regular under Luiz Felipe Scolari.
"I continue to hope, like all players," he continued. "At this moment I am focusing only on my club, but I dream about getting a call-up for the World Cup."