Sevilla midfielder Stephane Mbia has revealed that both Liverpool and Everton are keen to sign him when his loan deal expires this summer, but has not ruled out extending his stay in Andalucía.
The Cameroon international has enjoyed an impressive campaign on loan from Queens Park Rangers where his presence has helped lift the club into this season's Europa League final having scored the decisive goal against Valencia in the semi-final.
Mbia has settled well in Seville and admits he would be open to a permanent deal, but his desire to play in next season's Champions League could convince him to return to the Premier League should an offer come in from Merseyside.
When asked of his desire to play in Europe's premier club competition, Mbia told Estadio Deportivo: "That's my goal, I want to play in the Champions League. Anyway, I'm happy here, and most important to me is my family. My family is very good here, so we'll see what happens. I have not made a decision, when it's made, my family will be fundamental (to it). My son and daughter are adapting well to the city.
"I have done well here and now many clubs want to do something with me. I have raised my level and several agents have already asked (about me.) Everyone has seen what I have done this season and my main goal is to play in the Champions League next season."
When asked of interest emanating from Merseyside, he added: "Liverpool are a great team and will play in the Champions League. Everton are also a great team, but I cannot say what will happen in the future."
The 27-year-old joined QPR from Marseille in January 2013 but following the club's relegation to the Championship was one of a number of high profile first teamers to head for the exit door.
Harry Redknapp's side have the opportunity to reclaim a spot in the top flight with the play offs to decide their fate but their promotion is unlikely to convince the likes of Julio Cesar, Esteban Granero, Adel Taarabt and Loic Remy to return to Loftus Road.