Skysports.com understands Rangers forward Daniel Cousin would welcome a move to the Premier League in the January transfer window.
A number of English clubs are thought to eyeing a move for Cousin who has impressed at Ibrox since his summer arrival from Lens.
Cousin has caught the eye with some outstanding performances in Rangers' UEFA Champions League campaign including a man-of-the-match display in the 3-0 win at Lyon.
The Gabon international, who has scored eight goals so far this season, is believed to have a release clause in his contract allowing him to leave for a certain fee.
Although he is happy at Ibrox, Cousin concedes the opportunity to play in England would be too good to turn down.
Ideal world"Rangers are a big club and I enjoy playing for them, but in an ideal world I would like to play in England," Cousin told skysports.com.
"The Premier League in England is where every player wants to play and it would be great to finish my career in England."
Cousin's agent Willie McKay admitted a number of clubs are interested in the powerful forward.
"I believe there are a number of clubs from England tracking Daniel," McKay told skysports.com.
"I am sure if Rangers receive the right offer for Daniel then Walter Smith would consider the offer."