Sochaux defender Sebastien Corchia says he is ready for a move to a big club, as the star continues to be linked with Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur.
Corchia has starred for the French outfit this season, but with Sochaux currently 17th in the Ligue 1 table and facing a relegation battle through the remainder of the season, the club look set to be faced with the prospect of losing a host of their best players in the next transfer window.
Talksport claims that Tottenham and Arsenal are both keeping tabs on the France Under 21 international, who is touted for big things for both his club and country, and Corchia admits he is interested in moving to a big club when his current side are assured of safety in the top flight.
"For now I am thinking about Sochaux and want to save the club from relegation," he said, according to L'Equipe. "After that my dream is to go to a big club. We will wait and see what happens at the end of the season."
Arsenal and Tottenham continue to battle for Champions League football qualification; with Spurs currently ahead of their bitter rivals but only four points seperate the two with Arsene Wenger's possessing a game in hand.
Both clubs will no doubt be looking to bolster their squads whether they reach the European competition or not next season, and the often reasonably-priced French market could prove to be beneficial for either club as they look to improve their depth without the budget the likes of fellow Champions League contenders Chelsea.
Corchia has spent his career in France thus far, playing for five different youth clubs including Paris Saint Germain and Clairefontaine, before making the step up from Le Mans young side to the senior line up.
He made the move to Sochaux in 2011, and has since become an important part of the back line, earning praise as one of the best full-backs in France and becoming a regular member of the national under 21-side.