Wigan Athletic forward Victor Moses has claimed that Liverpool, Chelsea and other Premier League clubs are interested in securing his services during the summer transfer window.
The 21-year-old, whose contract expires next summer, has been frequently linked with a move away from the DW Stadium having impressed during his third season with Wigan, scoring six goals in 37 appearances in the Premier League.
He joined the Latics from Crystal Palace for £2.5 million in 2010 but now claims he could be set to move on to one of England's biggest clubs.
"I don't know for now [whether I will move], but there's a link for me to Liverpool, Chelsea and some other clubs in England," Moses told MTN Football.
"If the offer is cool, why not, I will move."
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Moses also revealed an ambition to play in Serie A but insisted that a potential move to Italy was not on his mind at this moment in time.
"I'm looking at [playing in] Italy, but that would be much later in my career," Moses explained.
Born in Nigeria, Moses represented England at youth level but switched his allegiances back to his country of birth in order to represent the Super Eagles at senior level.
He made his international debut against Rwanda in February and is optimistic ahead of the clash with Malawi having featured in the 1-0 victory against Namibia on Sunday.
"We did well in Calabar against Namibia and we hope to win in Malawi," Moses added. "We just have to take chances very well because they are not going to come out to play us, just like Namibia did.
"It's kind of nice in the Eagles, obviously we have some big names and everyone here is working week in, week out. And I believe that we will qualify for the World Cup."