Werder Bremen winger Marko Marin could consider a move abroad if a sizeable club came in for him.
The 22-year-old is currently viewing for a place in Germany Euro 2012 squad for next summer, but finds himself currently left out of the squad to face Belgian on Tuesday.
However, Marin feels his best chance of regaining his spot would be to stay with Bremen, despite interest from Liverpool.
"I have better a chance of making the Euro squad for Germany due to the good start to the campaign with Werder Bremen in Bundesliga," said Marin, who has 16 caps for Germany.
"It is a fact Joachim Low is actually handing match action to those players that have had a very good season lately. He cannot drop them quickly. I am working on getting back into the squad ahead of Euro 2012.
"Werder Bremen is a top club in Germany and I am under contract with Werder Bremen. Therefore I would just consider top clubs from outside Germany.
"But I am actually focussed on Werder Bremen and I do not plan to move on. We want to get back to Europe this season via success in the Bundesliga. This is of utmost importance for me."
With the end of the transfer window quelling rumours of a move for Marin, his latest comment will swell rumours that his time at Bremen may come to an end, with Liverpool surely alerted by the news, while fellow potential suitors Tottenham Hotspur are also likely to be interested.
Liverpool secured a deal for Stewart Downing in the summer, but are unlikely to turn down the chance to sign the German Marin, if the opportunity arose.