Reported Liverpool target Balazs Dzsudzsak has revealed his ambition to play in the Barclays Premier League.
The PSV Eindhoven winger has also been linked with moves to Arsenal and Everton but appeared to end speculation regarding his future by pledging himself to the Dutch club until 2015.
It had been widely reported that Liverpool had sent scouts to monitor the Hungary international on a number of occasions with a view to bringing him to Anfield during the January transfer window.
Liverpool director of football strategy Damien Comolli had identified the flanks as an area in which the Reds needed to reinforce and were allegedly pursuing Dzsudzsak along with a number of other wide options.
However, Liverpool missed out on the €13 million-rated attacker as he opted to stay in Eindhoven, but he has left the door open to a potential move to Anfield - or anywhere else in England for that matter - in the future.
"I think the Premier League is one of the best, or maybe the best, football leagues in the world so it would be a great thing to play there," the 24-year-old told origo.hu.
"But it would be too early to think about this possibility.
"I want to sign to a bigger club than PSV. I haven't made it a secret that this is my intention.
"But my coach, Fred Rutten, said honestly that I'm still not ready for the change."