Czech goalkeeper Jaroslav Drobny is keeping his options open regarding his future.
Drobny has been offered a new contract at Bochum with his current deal due to expire in the summer.
The former Fulham custodian has impressed at Bochum since joining in January and the club are keen to tie him down to a new long-term contract.
However, Bundesliga rivals Hertha Berlin are reported to be tracking Drobny and the keeper is now weighing up his future.
"Bochum offered me a new contract a few days ago when they contacted my agent," Drobny told Czech daily Sport.
"There has been something with Hertha Berlin but I know nothing specific."
Drobny insists he is enjoying his time in Germany, but is refusing to rule out a move to another European league.
"I cannot rule out the option [of moving to another country]," added Drobny. "But if I stay in the Bundesliga, I will be satisfied.
"Games here are played in a great atmosphere and almost all games are sold-out.
"That is why I don't want to leave at any cost."