Swansea City striker Jason Scotland admits he would have to 'look seriously' at any offers from the Premier League in the summer.
Scotland has enjoyed another excellent season for the Swans and has been named in the PFA Championship Team of the Year.
He has scored over 50 goals during his two years at the Liberty Stadium and has been linked with the likes of Fulham and Middlesbrough.
And, with Swansea having missed out on the play-offs, the 30-year-old accepts he will have to weigh up his future at the end of the season as he wants to play in the top flight.
"The Premier League is where I want to be," said Scotland in the Western Mail.
"I am contracted to Swansea for another year, but if an offer came in then I would have to take a long look at it and weigh up the options.
"I am still under contract at Swansea City and it's up to the chairman and gaffer what happens. But if someone came in then I'd have to look at it seriously.
"Every player's ambition is to play at the highest level and that's the Premier League. I want to be there sooner rather than later.
"I am not getting any younger. I am 30 and managers will probably start saying I am losing half a yard because I am getting older.
"My agent said he'd heard interest from certain clubs, but he wouldn't tell me who. He will probably speak to the manager and chairman and I guess we'll know everything in the summer."