Rotherham United striker Adam Le Fondre put clubs on alert after revealing he would consider a move away from the club this summer.
The prolific forward admits he is keen to play at a higher level than League Two after the Millers missed out on promotion this season.
A number of clubs higher up the standings have been linked with Le Fondre over the last 18 months and the 24-year-old admits he would consider a move away if the right offer came along.
"I'm here next season as far as I know," Le Fondre told the Rotherham Advertiser. "I'm more than happy to be here but I want to play higher and everyone knows that. It doesn't thrill me playing in this division."
Done my time
Le Fondre, who is closing in on 100 goals in only four seasons in League Two with Rochdale and Rotherham, feels the time is right for a new challenge.
"I think I deserve to play higher and I think I've done my time in League Two," added Le Fondre.
"I've scored goals in this division consistently and if I'm here next season then I'll probably score 25 goals again.
"We'll just see what happens."