Marseille forward Andre Ayew has suggested that he would like to play for Liverpool if he made the decision to leave France and ply his trade in the Premier League.
The Ghana international made it clear that he is not looking to leave the French side but admitted that one day he would like to play in England, and that Liverpool are the one club that he would find hard to turn down.
"It's a league every player dreams about. I speak English, and the English league is the one most followed here in Ghana. It's true that I have a real preference for England," Ayew told French television show TF1.
"I have a little preference for the Reds. I've always followed them ever since I was little. Liverpool, and Real Madrid."
ESPN reports that Arsenal, Inter Milan and Tottenham Hotspur have been linked with the 23 year old but he made it clear that he is not actively looking to leave Marseille after helping the club once again qualify for the Champions League.
"We're talking as if I were looking to leave, but that's not at all the case. There has been some contact. But if clubs are interested, I think they have [Marseille president] Vincent Labrune's number," he added.
Liverpool have been linked with a number of attacking players in recent weeks as manager Brendan Rodgers looks to build a squad capable of challenging for a place in the top four next season.
A deal for Iago Aspas is said to be close to being completed, while Shakhtar Donetsk's attacking midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan is also wanted by the Reds.
However, should they lose star striker Luis Suarez then they may well look to bring in either more new additions and Rodgers will be pleased to hear the comments of Ayew who is widely regarded as one of the best attacking players in France.
Despite not playing as an out-and-out forward, Ayew has scored 42 goals in his last three seasons for Marseille and was instrumental in the club battling Paris Saint-Germain for the title in the last campaign.