Reported Chelsea and Arsenal target Wilfried Bony believes he has played his last game for current club Vitesse Arnhem, but has not dropped any hints as to where he will end up.
The Ivory Coast international has enjoyed a scintillating campaign for the Eredivisie club, helping Vitesse clinch fourth in the league thanks to his outstanding haul of 31 league goals, six ahead of his nearest challenger.
The 24-year-old's goal scoring exploits have seen him linked with a move to a number of Premier League clubs including Chelsea and Arsenal, in addition to moves to Russian trip CSKA Moscow, Anzhi Makhachkala and Zenit St Petersburg. Although the forward is unsure where exactly he will be plying his trade next season, he is fairly certain it will not be with Vitesse.
Following this weekend's home loss to VVV Venlo, Bony was asked if that was his last game for the club, telling NU Sports, "I hope so."
"Where am I going? I do not know. First I will have a rest and then think."
Bony's agent has previously indicated that a move away from the Arnhem-based club is imminent this summer, indicating that English clubs have already sounded out the possibility of signing the free scoring forward.
"There have been negotiations and he will leave Vitesse when the season is finished," Bony's agent Dalibor Lacina was quoted as saying in the Daily Mirror earlier this month. "That has been agreed and we have to decide his best option.
"There are two English clubs that have made direct contract with Vitesse about his signing, but there are many others in England and in Europe."
West Ham United, Newcastle United, Fulham and West Brom have also been linked with the Ivorian, who has been valued at £10 million. Given Bony's remarkable scoring feats this season, there is likely to be a number of clubs interested in luring him to English football, a destination that the 24-year-old has previously described as his "perfect" option.
"England I think would be perfect," he said. "I am very interested in the Premier League and the atmosphere in England, it is a wonderful league and we will see what happens. "