Marko Marin insists he is happy to stay at Werder Bremen but has suggested he may consider a move abroad should the right offer come in.[LNB] The 22-year-old was linked with a move away from the Weserstadion over the summer, with Premier League duo Tottenham and Liverpool as well as Serie A giants Inter Milan named as possible destinations.[LNB]No move materialised but that has not stopped rumours re-surfacing over a possible transfer in January.[LNB]The Yugoslavia-born midfielder admits he is reluctant to leave Die Werderaner as he feels it represents his best chance of earning a place in Joachim Low's Germany squad for next summer's European Championships.[LNB]However, he did hint that he may consider a move should an offer from a 'top' club outside Germany come in for him.[LNB]"I have a better chance of making the Euro squad for Germany due to Werder Bremen's good start to the campaign in the Bundesliga," said Marin, who has 16 caps for Germany.[LNB]"It is a fact Joachim Low is actually handing match action to those players that have had a very good season lately. He cannot drop them quickly. I am working on getting back into the squad ahead of Euro 2012.[LNB]"Werder Bremen is a top club in Germany and I am under contract with Werder Bremen. Therefore I would just consider top clubs from outside Germany.[LNB]"But I am actually focussed on Werder Bremen and I do not plan to move on. We want to get back to Europe this season via success in the Bundesliga. This is of utmost importance for me."