The Spain international has admitted that he would consider a move to a bigger club it helped los Boquerones' with their precarious financial situationMalaga midifelder Isco has admitted that he would welcome a move to a bigger club if it helped his current employers in their battle with financial problems.
The former Valencia man has been linked with a move to Premier League outfits Chelsea and Manchester City, and while Isco is committed to his role at La Rosaleda, he would consider a move elsewhere.
"I'm not worried as I'm only thinking about being here," the 20-year-old told AS.
"If a team does come to pay a lot of money for me, it will definitely be a big club. Then, if it helps Malaga, I would have no problem in leaving if it was good for both of us."
Isco went on to praise his club coach Manuel Pellegrini for the impact he had on his career and Spain boss Vincente del Bosque, who handed him his first cap for his country earlier this month.
"Pellegrini has been the most important person. I arrived here at 19 years of age, as an unknown, and he began to put me in game by game. He put all his confidence in me.
"[Del Bosque] is a very level-headed and calm person, he surprised me quite a bit. He gave me confidence and calmness."
Elsewhere, Porto's Fernando, who will meet the Spanish side with his team on Tuesday for the first leg of their Champions League final-16 encounter, spoke highly of his midfield counterpart.
"I know Isco is a fantastic player, certainly one of the best among other very good players from Malaga," the 25-year-old told reporters.
"But we wont give him any special attention, because it's the whole team that's important. They're very strong as a team."