PSV Eindhoven midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum feels he is ready for a fresh challenge away from the Netherlands and would jump at the chance to work with Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal once again.

Wijnaldum, 24, is close to leading his side to their first Eredivisie title in seven years with PSV leading the Dutch top flight by 10 points with four games of the season remaining.

Although the club captain signed a new contract at the Phillips Stadion in August 2014, he admits he feels ready for a move abroad, with the Premier League among the possible destinations.

And should the chance to link with van Gaal again arise, the Wijnaldum would relish the chance to repay his former international coach, who called him into the Dutch World Cup squad last summer despite having only recently returned from a seven month spell on the sidelines.

"Of course I would like to work with him again," Wijnaldum told Sky Sports. "He is a good trainer, and makes players better. I work really fine with him and he is a great man. He gave me a chance and opportunity to play in a World Cup after seven months out injured, and I am thankful for that. He helped me get my confidence back."

Over the years, Wijnaldum has been linked with moves to Arsenal and United among others on these shores, but is also open to trying his luck in Europe's other elite leagues.

"I am happy at PSV but I am a player with a lot of ambition," Wijnaldum said. "I want to play in a stronger league than the Eredivisie. With my quality I feel I can bring a lot to a team that I will join. I want to show it in the big leagues; England, Italy, Spain, Germany and France."

PSV can clinch their first title since 2008 if they beat Heerenveen on Saturday.