Victor Moses is likely to seek a move away from Wigan Athletic this summer, according to the forward's agent.
Moses, 21, signed for Wigan from Crystal Palace for £2.5 million in 2010 and has developed into a key member of Roberto Martinez's side.
This season he has scored six goals to help the Latics preserve their Premier League status, but it seems his future lies elsewhere.
Moses' agent, Tony Finnigan, expects an exit to be sealed, with the likes of Liverpool, Sunderland and Newcastle mooted as potential suitors.
"I think what Wigan have done is tremendous and shows it was the right place for him to go after Palace. But now I think Victor is ready for the next step," Finnigan is quoted as saying by The Sun.
"He still has lots of improving to do in terms of scoring goals more regularly. But I think that would come if he was surrounded by better players.
"That's what he wants and is why he won't be extending his contract. I can't see Victor changing his mind."