Yannick Sagbo has reiterated his desire to secure a move to England, but admits nothing will happen until an official approach is received.
The Evian forward was recently linked with a switch to West Ham, and he openly admitted to being interested in such a deal.
Numerous other clubs are also reported to be keeping a close eye on the Ivory Coast international, with the 23-year-old claiming that Tottenham are among them.
He is, however, still waiting for contact to be made by any of the supposedly interested parties, with there having been no movement as yet during the January transfer window.
"Am I attracted by a move to England? Of course," Sagbo told France Football.
"I have always loved that league, but I am waiting for concrete propositions before I make a decision.
"I am fully committed to Evian at the moment but if an interesting offer arrives, we would look to talk with the club officials.
"I have not spoken about my future with them as yet, but they know that I would like to leave. The best situation would be for me to move in the summer.
"But, if a club like Tottenham or West Ham look to sign me, it would be an amazing opportunity. I don't want to miss my chance."