Goalkeeper Samir Handanovic is happy at Udinese but would consider a move elsewhere if he could 'take steps forward' in his career.
The Slovenia international, who is under contract until June 2016, was strongly linked with a move to Arsenal last season and is a reported target of AC Milan.
As a result of some impressive performances the reports have continued, but the player is not looking too far ahead.
"I'm happy at Udine," Handanovic told Gazzetta dello Sport. "But of course, at my age I am thinking about a big club.
"I like to take steps forward in my career and if I move on to a different team, then it will be to improve myself.
"If that is not really an option then I will stay at Udinese."
The 27-year-old has plenty of experience with 53 international caps and more than 100 appearances in Italy's top flight.