Wigan midfielder Mohamed Diame admits he would be hard pushed to turn down a move to Sevilla this summer.
Diame, 23, has been linked with a switch to the Spanish side after impressing for the Latics this season, having arrived at the DW Stadium from Rayo Vallecano.
Wigan have a battle on their hands to stay in the Premier League and Diame's future could depend on where Roberto Martinez's side finish this season. Sevilla, meanwhile, have had a solid campaign in La Liga and are on course to earn a place in the Europa League.
"There are not many people in the world of football who could say no to Sevilla," he said. "It is a great team with great history.
"We are focused on the last league game with Wigan, life is at stake. I have one more year and I do not know what will happen or if I'll renew my contract."
Senegal international Diame may well interest a number of parties if Wigan slip down to the English second tier, with clubs hoping they can sign him on a cut-price deal.