Diego Tristan says he is prepared to move to The Premiership, with Bolton Wanderers and Newcastle United reportedly keen on the Spanish striker.
The 30-year-old is a free agent after having his contract cancelled by Deportivo La Coruna, meaning he is free to sign for another club.
Earlier in the summer, the striker turned down a move to Bolton after deciding he wanted to stay in Spain. But, after being released by Depor, Tristan concedes he would relish a chance to revive the move.
“Now, I only have the desire to play,” said Tristan.
“It is difficult because, in La Liga, it depends on clubs with players being injured, but the hope is always present.
“I have several offers from England and now I am studying the option to play in the Premier League this season.
“Also, I have received options from other European clubs, but they are not so attractive.
“The coach of Bolton has a lot of confidence in me and I want to speak with them.”