Netherlands international Denzel Dumfries admits he wants to play abroad at some stage of his career.
The right back has impressed at PSV Eindhoven for the past two and a half years.
He is currently talking to the club about a new contract, but he may want to move to a club in England or Germany in the near future.
"We are in talks and the intention, as it stands, is to extend my contract," the defender told Voetbal International.
"But a contract extension does not automatically mean that I will stay here longer.
"My interests currently align with those of PSV of course - but I also have my own career. There are new things on the horizon [for me].
"[A departure] did not happen [due to the pandemic] and I am very happy at PSV. But I do feel that, as a footballer and as a person, I am ready to take the next step abroad.
"The Premier League and the Bundesliga, they suit my game. I can see the headlines again, but I think I can say this and I think everyone can see that I am ready to move on.
"I have played for four years at the highest level in the Netherlands and have played more than a hundred matches for PSV. It will soon be time for the next step [but] a title will be the icing on the cake."