Asamoah Gyan admits he finds a Premier League move very appealing, with West Ham and Sunderland reportedly interested in the Ghanaian.[LNB] The striker has risen to prominence over the past few weeks thanks to a string of fine performances for Ghana.[LNB]Reports have suggested that he could now leave Rennes before the end of the summer, with a switch to England his preferred option.[LNB]Gyan concedes that he is flattered to be linked with West Ham, while he has also heard good reviews about Sunderland from Ghana team-mate John Mensah.[LNB]However, he insists he does not have a problem with Rennes and is prepared to let them have the final decision.[LNB]"I always dream about playing in the Premier League. The sooner the better," the 24-year-old said. "I want to test myself against all the biggest and best defenders in the English league.[LNB]"Sunderland? Mensah said they are a good team.[LNB]"West Ham is attractive because they are in London and that is a great city that I love.[LNB]"But Rennes will have their say, I still have a contract with them and they are great people there. So let's wait and see."[LNB]Gyan's World Cup ended in heartbreak as Ghana bowed out to Uruguay on penalties at the quarter-final stage.[LNB]Gyan scored in the shoot-out but missed a spot-kick in the closing seconds of extra-time that would have sent Ghana through to the last four.[LNB]He has now come to terms with the disappointment, saying: "I am very well. I sometimes think about the penalty miss but that is normal, there was a chance to make history.[LNB]"But it is God's plan and I am a great believer so it is fine for me."