Sulley Muntari insists he is happy at Inter Milan but has refused to rule out a summer return to England.
The Ghana international moved to Serie A in July 2008, having enjoyed a successful one-year stay at Portsmouth.
He has been a regular for Jose Mourinho's side this season, but is reported to have grown frustrated at the level racism which exists among a minority of Italian supporters.
With his future therefore deemed to be uncertain he has recently been linked with a move to Tottenham.
Muntari admits he would welcome the opportunity to play in the Premier League again at some stage of his career, but stopped short of confirming as to whether that would happen during the 2009-10 campaign.
"I love the football in England, there is no doubt about that, that is where the best league is," the midfielder told skysports.com.
"But I only signed last year for Inter and I like it here. As long as the coach still needs me, I am happy to stay.
"At the end of the season things could change, though, so we will have to wait and see."
Muntari worked with Spurs boss Harry Redknapp during his days at Pompey and he admits a reunion with the experienced coach would appeal to him.
"Everyone knows that I really like Harry," he added.
"He is one of the best coaches in football, he is a top manager like the one I have at the moment.
"A move to Spurs? I don't know."