Porto forward Hulk has stated he is not paying too much attention to reports linking him with Inter.
Italian sources claimed last week the San Siro outfit were considering a January bid for the striker as a way to solve their goalscoring problems.
The Brazil international has refused to rule out a move away from Porto, but stated he is not worried about his situation.
"What I know is there has been news saying Inter are interested in me, just like several other European clubs," Hulk told Radio Bandeirantes.
"I am focused on working at Porto. I don't know if something will happen in January, next season or in the next two or three years.
"If a deal is to happen, it will surely be something good for me and for Porto. I leave those matters to my agent and I look to do my job on the field."
Hulk then opened the door to a move to one of Europe's biggest leagues, saying: "The Premier League, La Liga, Bundesliga and Serie A are where people really want to play, where the stadiums are always full.
"If I had to leave for one of those leagues, I would leave happily."
Hulk, who joined Porto from Tokyo Verdy in 2008, has a contract with the Portuguese champions that runs until the summer of 2016, with his release clause set at €100 million.