Yannick Bolasie has cast doubts over his future at Crystal Palace.
Crystal Palace winger Yannick Bolasie has told the Daily Mirror that he would 'seriously look at' offers to leave the Eagles this summer.
Bolasie, 25, has emerged as one of the most dangerous wide men in the Premier League this season - coming a long, long way in a short period of time.
The DR Congo international has previously turned out for the likes of Hillingdon Borough, Floriana, Plymouth Argyle, Rushden and Diamonds, Barnet and Bristol City, but is now a Premier League star with Crystal Palace.
With four goals and six assists this season, Bolasie has dazzled the Selhurst Park crowd, especially since Alan Pardew's appointment as Eagles boss in January.
Possessing pace and power, Bolasie has terrorised defences this season, but his impressive displays have now triggered transfer speculation.
Last month, the Daily Mirror reported that Liverpool and Tottenham are interested in signing Bolasie this summer after a host of superb displays for Palace.
The Eagles will be reluctant to lose their star player, but The Mirror have now asked Bolasie about his future - and he says he would certainly consider offers for his services if they arrive at the end of the season.
"Football, as a career, has a short span," said Bolasie. "So if the chance arrives I would have to take a serious look at it," he added.
Tottenham certainly need at least one new winger this summer after hit-and-miss displays from Erik Lamela and Andros Townsend this season, and Bolasie's comments could give Spurs hope of a deal to bring him to White Hart Lane.