Tottenham striker target Dieumerci Mbokani insists he's happy at Anderlecht, but the star claims he could leave in January if the offer was right.
Mbokani has been connected with Spurs for some years now, admitting in 2010 that he was flattered by their interest as they continued to be linked with a move for the 27 year old.
Last season, in 31 appearances Mbokani scored 16 times, and this season he is on track to better that with 11 goals in 17 mentions for Anderlecht.
And after bringing about interest from the likes of Tottenham once more, he says that only a very good offer would encourage him to leave Belgium for the Premier League.
"Unless an exceptional offer arrives in January, I will remain here until the end of the season," he told Sporza.be. "I am doing well at Anderlecht and I will leave soon for the African Cup of Nations."
A DR Congo international, Mbokani would no doubt bring goals to any club. Whether Tottenham will dip into the January transfer market is another question though, with Andre Villas-Boas hinting last week that the current squad are good enough to see out the season.
Spurs are currently fourth in the Premier League table, and after winning their last three matches they look to be set for a successful Christmas period.
But the club's form this season has generally been inconsistent, with Emmanuel Adebayor still yet to find the form that made him adored by Tottenham fans while he was on loan at the club last season.
Jermain Defoe has been a shining light for the side, finding form that appeared to be lost under Harry Redknapp who gave the striker limited game time, but as Villas-Boas looks ahead to January he may see that more depth is needed up front if Spurs are to avoid their annual slump as the season hits the business end.