Tottenham striker Dimitar Berbatov insists he is happy to stay at White Hart Lane despite rumours linking him with a host of Premiership clubs.
The 26-year-old Bulgaria international has scored 22 goals for Martin Jol's side this term following his move from Bayer Leverkusen and is already being linked with English football's current top-four clubs.
"Manchester United, Liverpool, Chelsea and Arsenal - some big names in football with great players, but nothing is impossible in football," Berbatov told Sky Sports.
"I hope next season we can challenge this 'Big Four', like you say in England.
"Maybe we will be in the first four clubs.
"The most entertaining thing this season is Spurs. We have scored so many goals, we tried to play good, we tried to entertain the fans.
"To me that's one of the most important things - to entertain, to enjoy when you play, because it's a game."