Rennes midfielder Yann M'Vila has hinted that the opportunity to work with Arsene Wenger could see him sign for Arsenal this summer.
The 21-year-old France international would appear to be nearing the end of his time at the Route de Lorient, and is seemingly set to leave for pastures new at the end of the season.
Arsenal have frequently been linked with M'Vila for the past year or so, and Wenger reportedly made a late attempt to bring him to the Emirates Stadium in the wake of the departures for Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri.
Recent reports have claimed the Gunners will renew their interest in M'Vila when the transfer window opens once more at the end of the season, although they may face competition from Real Madrid for his signature.
Inter Milan have also been credited with interest in M'Vila, who says he would happily go to any of the three clubs pursuing him, although the prospect of working with Wenger holds an added appeal.
M'Vila told Canal +: "Inter, Arsenal, Real ... I will take the fun everywhere!
"These are great clubs.
"If the coach calls you and tells you he wants you to make you play, especially a French coach, it changes everything.
"The important thing for me is getting playing time for the France team."