Borussia Dortmund striker Mohamed Zidan has admitted he would love to play in England or Spain.
The Egyptian has spent much of his career in the Bundesliga, enjoying spells with Werder Bremen, Mainz and Hamburg.
He moved from Hamburg to Dortmund in the summer of 2008, signing a four-year contract, but has now set his sights on a new challenge.
Zidan regards the Premier League and the Primera Division as the two most exciting leagues in Europe and hopes to receive an offer at some point in the future.
"To play in these two leagues is a dream," the 27-year-old told skysports.com.
"I loved it in Germany, but for me there is time for everything and I want to have a new adventure.
"I have already played in Germany with a top club like Werder Bremen, so for me to join another club in Germany, no, no.
"I need another challenge and maybe it will come."