Moroccan midfielder Mbark Boussoufa says that he would be keen on a move away from Belgium.
Mbark Boussoufa won Belgium's Ebony Boot award
"I'm not certain of staying in the Belgian league next season," the Gent player told BBC Sport.
"A lot of big clubs in other parts of Europe have observed me and if a good deal is proposed I will move."
Boussoufa's comments came after he was awarded the Ebony Boot on Wednesday, a prize given to the best African football player (or footballer of African origin) in Belgium.
"There are many good African footballers in Belgium and to be named as the best among them is a great honour," he said.
"This is because of my hard work this season, having scored nine goals and setting up another 12."
Boussoufa recently opted to play international football for Morocco, where his parents are from, rather than the land of his birth, Holland.