Cardiff star Ross McCormack has admitted he would be interested in a move to the Premier League.
The former Rangers and Motherwell striker is thought to be a target for a number of top-flight clubs, including Birmingham, after catching the eye at Ninian Park last term.
The 22-year-old scored 23 goals in all competitions for the Bluebirds last season and he also established himself as a key member of the Scotland side.
Cardiff chairman Peter Ridsdale has previously admitted every player at Ninian Park has a price, and McCormack admits he would jump at the chance of playing in England's top flight.
"I am happy to stay at Cardiff, but the chairman has said everyone had a price and if someone is willing to pay the money he thinks I am worth, then that is up to the chairman," McCormack told Sky Sports News.
"Everyone wants to play in the Premiership and I am no different."
McCormack believes he has proved his critics wrong after he was written off following his exit from Rangers in 2006.
"A lot of people doubted me, saying maybe I was not good enough for Rangers, I was not good enough for Scotland, but I think I have proved a few people wrong by playing for Scotland.
"Obviously, I would like to give the Premiership a chance and I believe I could nick some goals there as well."