There are revelations Brown Ideye would be willing to quit Ukrainian club Dynamo Kiev in January, after several offers were turned down by the Kiev club during the summer transfer window.
The forward has however urged prospective suitors to be prepared to “break the bank” for his signature.
The 24-year-old former Ocean Boys player had offers from the likes of Newcastle United, Chelsea and Swansea turned down by his club in the summer and later chose to remain with the Ukrainian outfit.
“I had a lot of offers, but my club didn’t want to sell,” Ideye hinted MTNFootball.com.
“I think I am the only big-profile player in the club right now so any team who want my services would have to be ready to break the bank.
“I guess that was why I didn’t make a move at the last transfer because I had so many offers, but right now I am just looking forward to the next window so I could know what to decide on.”
At the weekend, the Nigeria striker scored his first league goal this season when he came off the bench to grab a late winner against Karpaty.
Ideye joined Dynamo in 2011 on a five-year deal from French club Sochaux and has so far scored 30 goals in 61 appearances.