Tottenham striker Dimitar Berbatov has opened the door to a summer move away from White Hart Lane.
In an interview with Sport magazine, the Bulgaria international was ambiguous when asked outright whether he would still be part of Juande Ramos's squad beyond this season.
"That is not a fair question," he said. "You can't ask me that. I am here, and I try to do my best and score goals for the team. I think I'm doing that, with the help of my team-mates and everybody else at the club."
Berbatov, who is halfway through a four-year contract, with an option of a further two years, said: "Of course, I'm happy [at Spurs]."
However, he admitted that he wanted to win the Premier League title at some point in his career.
"You have to have big ambition," he said. "I would lie if I say we don't think about the title at the start of the season. When I came, I knew that Liverpool, Man United, Arsenal and Chelsea were the Big Four and every year they fight for the title, but I was thinking, 'Why not go there and mess it up?' That hasn't happened, but we still have a good team."