Ajax star Christian Eriksen has all but ruled out a January switch away from Amsterdam - but he has opened the door to a move at the end of the season.
Liverpool, Manchester City and Manchester United, in addition to several other clubs from across Europe, have all tracked the 20-year-old since he made his senior debut back in 2010.
Ajax's recent elimination from the Champions League means they will now compete in the Europa League.
The final of Europe's second competition takes place in Amsterdam this season and the Denmark international feels the chance to secure silverware on his home pitch would be the perfect way for him to leave Ajax.
He told Gazzetta Extratime: "I think my future will be between [at a club in] Spain, England, Italy or Germany. I like these championships and I will see the offers that are presented to me.
"I do not know what I will do in a few months, but before I go I want to make a mark here.
"And the Europa League final at home is a good motivation. I want to leave at the right time and in the right way, because here I have learned so many things and I do not want to leave empty-handed."