Chile striker Humberto Suazo admits he would like to test himself in Europe in the New Year, having been linked with a move away from his native South America due to his phenomenal goal-scoring rate.
Since 2003, Suazo has scored just short of 200 goals - and that does not include his 17 for Chile. Sunderland, Everton, Hull City and Birmingham were all linked in the summer, but clubs from Spain, Italy and Germany are also said to be keeping close tabs on his situation.
Now with Mexican club Monterrey, Suazo is hoping he will soon seal a move to Europe ahead of next summer's World Cup finals.
"I have several proposals from European teams and I hope that one of them gets arranged," Suazo told Multimedios Deportes. "In my opinion this is the exact moment for moving to a European league.
"It's a nice opportunity for making a dream come true. I hope that when the Mexican league ends to have the chance of a move to Europe.
"I have gone through very good moments with my national team and with Monterrey but now is the time to make true a dream that I have since I started to play football."