Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool winger target Ola John has opened the door to a possible summer move from FC Twente.
The Liberian-born 19-year-old has been named in the Dutch senior squad for the first time ahead of their friendly against England at Wembley at the end of the month, having previously represented the Netherlands at U19 level.
An appearance against the Three Lions would offer John the chance to showcase his skills in-front of watching English eyes, and the teenager is well aware that it's a chance to prove his ability in a country where he wants to play football.
"I first want to do everything I can to make FC Twente champions again," said Steve McClaren's starlet.
"Then I'll know the time is right to switch to a big English club. Through my brother Collins, I know how beautiful it is to play in the Premier League."
John also revealed in September that he'd rejected the advances of both Manchester United and Arsenal though, admitting he wanted to stay in the Eredivisie and work on his game before making a big move to the Premier League.
"At the moment I’ve extended my contract with Twente. I was interesting Manchester United and Arsenal, but I have chosen to remain with Twente," he claimed.
"In any case, it is too early to go to England."
It's clear that John feels that the time is coming though, and he could follow in his brother's footsteps after his spell at Fulham in the top flight.