Loic Remy has suggested his next club will be in England after revealing that the Premier League "is the league for him."
The Frenchman joined Queens Park Rangers in the January transfer window for £8 million but is almost certain to leave the club, along with host of other big names, following the club's relegation to the Championship on Sunday.
Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal and Liverpool have all been credited with an interest in the 26-year-old, and are unlikely to be deterred by a transfer fee, given the likelihood of a relegation release clause in the forward's contract.
Having only spent five months in England, Remy would appear to already be besotted with the league, and is in no rush to bring his time in England to an end.
When asked if he thought the Premier League was still the place for him, Remy told Fifa.com, "I feel like it is, in every way. You get less time to read the game in this league. There's more pressure and there's more contact, though there is more space too. "
"It's great for a player like me. They play deep here and I like that. It feels like the perfect league for me."
The France international left Marseille in January, and despite being heavily linked with a move to Newcastle United as Demba Ba's replacement, ended up at Loftus Road.
Remy's decision to snub an offer from Alan Pardew's side drew criticism amid reports the Frenchman signed a deal with in the excess of £100,000 a week, in addition to swapping battles at the summit of Ligue 1 with Marseille for a relegation scrap.
Despite Rangers' relegation and confusion surrounding his future, Remy maintains he does not regret his move.
"I left because I wanted a different challenge, one that was tricky right from the start," the forward continued. "I joined QPR to give my all though, and my goal at the end of the season was not to have any regrets.
"I don't have any regrets about leaving and I'm happy here in England. I'm playing in a league where I've always wanted to play, and I don't regret it."