Beşiktaş striker Demba Ba revealed he still has another big move left in his career leading to speculation that he could be Premier League bound.
The Senegalese international spoke to World Soccer Magazine regarding his future and underlined that he is still keen on playing in England.
“The fans in Turkey are very passionate and create a great atmosphere but it is no secret that the standard of football is of a lower quality than in England,” Ba told World Soccer.
“The way I left Chelsea was not ideal but that’s life. I am still young and I believe I have another big move left in my career. The Premier League interests me and I am keeping my options open.”
The Times reported that both West Ham and West Brom are interested in the Senegalese international but the Premier League duo could face competition from China and the Arab Gulf.
Ba joined Beşiktaş on a £6 million move from Chelsea last season and hit a career high 27 goals under the command of current Hammers boss Slaven Bilic.
The Senegalese international has years of Premier League experience behind him having played for Newcastle United, Chelsea and West Ham in the past.
In fact Ba scored seven times in 13 appearances for West Ham helping keep the East London based side in top-flight football back in 2011.