By Guus Hetterscheid
Heerenveen's Luciano Narsingh has played down reports linking him with Fulham but admitted that he is looking to put himself in the shop window in this summer's European Championship.
It has been claimed that the 21-year-old winger travelled to Craven Cottage last week with team-mate Oussama Assaidi for a guided tour of the Premier League club's ground and training facilities.
However, Narsingh, who has previously expressed his desire to join Ajax this summer, explained that his recent trip to London was purely recreational.
"I read that story, but it's not true," the Netherlands Under-21 international told Goal.com. "I was with my wife and my daughter for a holiday in London.
"I currently have no preference for a club. I will see what suits me best but the Euros would be a good platform on which to show what I can do. Every club would see you in action.
"I can say that I would like to stay in this league [Eredivisie], but if there is a real big club interested, then maybe that will change."
Narsingh has been included in his country's provisional panel for Euro 2012 and will discover on Tuesday evening if he has made Bert van Marwijk's reduced squad of 27 players.
"I'm not someone who says I should be taken, but it would be great," the attacker admitted.
"It would be a dream to play against countries such as Portugal and Germany. But I'm already very proud that I'm here.
"It is an honour to play for the Dutch team. I wanted to shine during this training camp and show what I have in my locker.
"Training went well, but I am always very critical of myself. I am not easily satisfied.
"We will see tonight if I have done enough. The choice lies with the coach. But regardless, this has been a great experience for me."
Narsingh is coming off the back of a fine season with Heerenveen, having scored eight goals in the Eredivisie and racked up 20 assists.