Robert Lewandowski has revealed that he would like to move to the Premier League, with the Manchester United target aiming for greater heights than the Bundesliga.
Lewandowski is currently under contract with Borussia Dortmund, but the side have had to let go of some big talent this summer - Shinji Kagawa made the move to the Red Devils last month.
And with Lewandowski starring at the Euros for Poland, and entering into the last two years of his contract, United are believed to be interested in bringing the striker in as a possible replacement for the outgoing Dimitar Berbatov.
Ferguson admitted this week that United are likely to lose Berbatov as the Bulgaria international goes in search of more first team football.
"I am easy about it if he stays. I would be happy with that," he said. "But if someone comes in and Dimitar wants to leave we will assess it."
And with Berbatov writing on his Facebook that he wanted to leave United, the club look set to be in the market for another striker to keep depth within the squad.
Lewandowski has revealed that he would like to make a move to the Premier League one day, telling Polish media: "The Premier League is a league that I would like to play in, and I hope it happens sometime.
"Although I am happy at Dortmund, I always like to aspire to greater heights."
Ferguson confirmed that United are in the market for at least one more player this summer, and reports have speculated that he is looking to build on his midfield options as well as in the striking department.
Lucas Moura is another target who is said to be highly rated by the Scot, and Sao Paolo have confirmed to numerous news outlets that they have received bids from United for their highly coveted playmaker.
If Ferguson is able to get a midfielder and striker on board before the onset of deadline day, United will be in a good position to challenge cross-town rivals Manchester City for the title once more.