Kenya midfielder Lawrence Olum has refused to rule out possible switch to Europe in future.
The USA-based attacking midfielder, who has spent the past five years at second tier clubs Portland Timbers, played a pivotal role as his current club Sporting Kansas reaching the last eight of the MLS Cup and won the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup.
"The league in the US has been competitive enough and I am satisfied with my performance. However, in life one always seeks challenges, I am at my prime and if a European club comes in for me, I will listen to the proposal," he told Goal.com.
The 28 year-old is currently training with the national soccer team Harambee Stars ahead of the upcoming Cecafa Senior Challenge Cup and will be seeking his first cap when Kenya play Uganda Cranes at Namboole Stadium in the opening match of the regional tournament on Saturday.
"I am happy to be called up (to the Harambee Stars squad), this is one of the experiences that make your career complete. I think we can make a good impression at the tournament (Cecafa)."
"Uganda has a good team that has given us problems of late, but we are preparing for them and the rest of the teams in the group, I believe we will put out a fantastic performance."