In an interview with German newspaper Sport Bild, Borussia Monchengladbach winger Patrick Herrmann has hinted that he could leave the Bundesliga club.
Herrmann, 24, may not have earned a cap for his country yet, but he's proven to be one of the top wide men in the Bundesliga in recent years.
The German has racked up 31 goals and 24 assists during his time with the club, emerging as Marco Reus' replacement back in 2012.
Unsurprisingly, Herrmann's performances for Monchengladbach have attracted interest, with the Daily Mirror reporting back in November that he was on Mauricio Pochettino's transfer wish list at Tottenham.
Now, speaking to Sport Bild, Herrmann says that he will consider his future in Germany - and admitted that the Premier League excites him.
"I feel completely comfortable with Borussia, but you have to consider carefully: do I want to have played all my life for one club, or do I want to still do something different and perhaps dare to move abroad? I've always said that the Premier League is very exciting, but currently the Bundesliga is the best league in Europe," said Herrmann.
Tottenham have been linked with a number of wingers in recent weeks, including Everton's Kevin Mirallas and Benfica's Eduardo Salvio, so it seems that Pochettino could well be looking to add another wide man this summer.
If he is indeed interested in signing Herrmann, then his latest comments could be of note, with the German leaving himself open to a summer transfer.