Arminia Bielefeld's Scottish midfielder Kevin Kerr fancies a move to the SPL.
Kerr was born in Munster when Airdrie-born soldier dad James was stationed in Germany.
After a posting in England the family moved back to Germany when Kevin was nine.
Kerr told the Scottish Sun: "I've been with Bielefeld since I was 14 but last season was the most frustrating of my life.
"Everything started well. Christian Ziege, who was with Liverpool, was our trainer and I played seven of the first nine games. Oliver Neuville was there too and watching them in training was an education.
"But we weren't doing well so Ziege got sacked, a new coach came in with his own ideas and I was cut.
"I had to wait till the last game before the Christmas break for my next start. I thought I did really well but then I got injured a week later and was out for a couple of months.
"I played the last three or four games but we were relegated to the third division. When I'd signed for the first team back in January 2009 we were a Bundesliga side and things couldn't have been going better.
"A couple of weeks later I was in the squad to face Hamburg.Then that coach got sacked, we got relegated and it went downhill."