Fulham striker Moussa Dembele says he would see a move to Tottenham Hotspur as a step up.
Reports emerged last week that Dembele was coveted by Spurs, despite the Belgian having only netted once this season.
According to skysports.com, both Arsenal and Liverpool have expressed an interest, while a move to Tottenham interests the forward.
"It would obviously be a step higher, and that has always been my goal," he said.
"I did well last season when I was not injured, through many matches for Fulham. So why not step higher?"
With the future of Roman Pavlyuchenko uncertain and Jermain Defoe also linked with a move away, a move for Dembele to Tottenham might not be out of the question.
Despite the 24-year-old's form for Fulham since his move to AZ Alkmaar, which saw him net just five times for The Whites, both Arsenal and Liverpool are interested.
Arsenal's interest may become more serious if they lose Robin Van Persie next summer, while Liverpool are only likely to be go for Dembele if they lose one of their own strikers.
Dembele netted Fulham's goal of the season against Tottenham last season.