Tottenham keeper target Kameni would make the move to an English club without hesitation, according to The Sun, with the 27-year-old desperate to start accumulating more game time.
Kameni has featured in 220 games for La Liga side Espanyol, but is now third choice to Cristian Alvarez and Kiko Casilla.
Tottenham have been hoping to bolster their goalkeeping line-up for some time now, and in summer the side signed Aston Villa stopper Brad Friedel, of which Harry Redknapp has been very impressed so far.
But with Heurelho Gomes looking set to leave Tottenham in January, Redknapp wants to continue to have depth in the area, as Spurs aim to challenge for a Champions League spot at the end of the season.
A family friend reportedly told the paper: "If any English club make an offer, then [Kameni] would accept it without any problem."
The news will no doubt boost Tottenham in their pursuit of the Cameroon international.