Kenya star Victor Wanyama has confirmed that he could leave Scottish champions Celtic soon.
21-year-old midfielder Wanyama has exploded into the limelight in the last two seasons, with his dynamic brand of box-to-box athleticism catching the eye in Scotland and the Champions League.
He has also been promoted to the role of skipper of the Harambee Stars, and is a media darling in his homeland.
Speaking to Kenyan national television station NTV, Wanyama says that while he remains contracted to Celtic, if a better team comes to him with an attractive offer he will start packing his bags.
Manchester United, Arsenal, Liverpool and other English teams have been linked to Wanyama, and the consensus is that the articulate and likeable youngster more than has what it takes to succeed in the Premier League.
"I still have a contract with Celtic and I am their player, if anything comes up and it is good for me and the club, from there I will move on," Wanyama said.
"At the moment there are some things, some talks going on [with Premier League clubs], he added.
"But I am concentrating with the national side and I have left that with my agent and I have not contacted him.
"There are talks going on, but as I said I am on international duty and I will now what is going on when I go back to the club."