Spanish star Joaquin insists he will will not be influenced by money when he sits down at the end of the season to discuss his options.
The Real Betis winger is widely expected to leave in the summer with Chelsea, Barcelona and Real Madrid competing for his signature.
Although Joaquin is contracted to Betis until 2010, he is expected sooner rather than later with the player admitting that a move is imminent.
“It would be no problem for me to sign if the conditions were right,” he said.
“If an offer comes in and the president agrees and it is clear that I can go, it will depend on the president if I leave.
“I am not going to look for the best move financially, I have to be happy, to enjoy myself,” he added.
“I have to see that I can have success.”
Joaquin has been regarded as a potential replacement for Luis Figo at Real Madrid.
“I said to Figo that he should step back soon and let me take his place,” Joaquin told As.
“I have a soft spot for Luis Figo,” he added.
“I believe that he is the best and, right now, I am very angry that he is not in the starting line-up.”