Lille forward Moussa Sow has revealed he would relish the opportunity to move to the Premier League and highlighted Liverpool as a "dream club" to play for, as speculation mounts over the player's future.

Sow, 25, was the top scorer in Ligue 1 last season but has failed to replicate his exploits in the current campaign; leading to reports he is considering his future in France.

A host of Premier League sides - including Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham - have kept tabs on the Senegal international after he scored 25 goals in 36 games as Lille won last season's Ligue 1 title.

Sow has just 18 months left on his Lille contract and the French club will consider offers in the region of £10m this summer, to avoid losing him on a free transfer in 2013.

And the purported Liverpool target has admitted he would love to play in England one day, highlighting the lure of scoring in front of the Kop as a key factor.

"I am at Lille now but as we all know I want to play in England one day," Sow told Sky Sports.

"Liverpool, well, that is a dream club. Anyone would be happy; scoring goals in front of the Kop can be the highlight of a career."

Lille are due to speak with Liverpool officials in the next few weeks to negotiate a permanent deal for on-loan Reds midfielder Joe Cole, with Le Parisien reporting that Sow could be used as a makeweight as part of the deal.

Earlier this month, Sow reiterated his desire to move on from France in the near future in order to progress as a player.

"I have a contract signed until June 2013 and Lille want me to sign another contract but the negotiations have stopped," Sow told French radio station RMC Sports. "I don't accept the conditions or the silence from the club. That's not me putting on pressure, just the truth.

"I'm only thinking about football and it's not possible to leave in January. But my dream is to play in the Premier League. Because you progress as a player with the atmosphere, goals and game."

Sow has been unable to reproduce last season's form during the current campaign, scoring six goals in 18 appearances as Lille struggle to keep pace with leaders Paris Saint-Germain.