Everton's Dutch defender Johnny Heitinga could leave Goodison Park this summer.
The 29-year-old's contract at the club expires at the end of next season and the Netherlands international admits Everton may wish to secure a transfer fee for him, rather than allowing him to leave for free.
Heitinga has again been linked with a move to Fenerbahce, having seen a move to the Turkish side collapse in January, and he told Voetbal International that a switch could be on the cards again.
"If they want to earn something for me, this is the moment," he said.
"I have made no arrangement with the club about that. I will just wait and see what happens."
The former Ajax and Atletico Madrid man has been a regular fixture in Everton's squad since joining in 2009 and has spent much of his time alongside Phil Jagielka.
Both were signed by David Moyes and the England international says the Scot has done wonders for his growth as a player.
"David Moyes gave me a chance to play at a higher level, coached me to a better level and helped my game progress," Jagielka said.
"Over the last six years he has taken me from possibly being a Premier League defender to playing some games for England. But I would also like to think I put myself on the line for him as well.
"That is why we did so well as a club during the time he was there."