Despite featuring and scoring already for Dynamo Kyiv in both the Ukraine Premier League and Uefa Champions League, Dieumerci Mbokani has revealed that there is interest in his services from England and Turkey.
The Democratic Republic of Congo attacker reiterated however that he is also open to remaining at the Ukrainian outfit.
Mbokani returned to Kyiv after a dreadful loan spell at Hull City last term, where he failed to score in the 12 appearances he made, suffered a hamstring injury and later saw the Tigers relegated.
He had also been on loan at Norwich City the season before, who were also relegated.
Having recently returned to fitness and scoring twice in his last two matches, including a stunning backheel goal in the 3-1 Champions League qualifying victory over Young Boys on Wednesday, the forward has told a Belgian publication that although he has offer’s from elsewhere, he is willing to listen to a new offer from the NSC Olimpiyskiy side.
"I'm not against a new contract if the proposition is interesting," the 31-year-old forward told Derniere Heure.
"There's also interest from Turkey and even from England.
"I'm not yet at 100 percent, but I feel better and better," he added.
"The new coach [Alyaksandr Khatskevich] believes in me."
The former Standard Liege and Anderlecht man is now into the final year of his contract at Kyiv.