Reading striker Pavel Pogrebnyak would like to continue playing in England amid reported interested from clubs in Russia.
The 29-year-old was signed from Stuttgart on a free transfer before the start of the season, having previously spent six-months on loan at Fulham.
He has scored eight goals in 30 appearances in all competitions for Reading this season but the club was relegated in April following a 0-0 draw with QPR.
That has cast the Russia international's future into doubt, although he still has three years left of his four-year contract.
And while admitting he would listen to offers from teams in his homeland, his preference is to remain in England.
"Of course I'll check all the offers," he told rsport.ru.
"Top teams from Russia? Of course I want to have a look at them.
"But I didn't expect I would be in a situation like this. Of course, I'd prefer to stay in England."
Reading face 2012 Premier League champions Manchester City at the Madejski Stadium on Tuesday, before travelling to West Ham on Sunday to round off their Premier League campaign.