West Ham have targeted the 20-year-old, who would cost around £1.8 million, and though he admits he is happy in Poland, Malecki claims West Ham's interest is 'cool'.
"I feel very well in Krakow," said the Poland Under-21 international. "I would like to play as long as possible in Krakow.
"Wisla know what my conditions are and the club is looking into them in July, and it seems I have to receive the offer. Let's see, it's been less than two weeks.
"West Ham? All I know is that Greek and English clubs are interested in me. I was informed that I have two Premier League clubs who would like me in their squad.
"If West Ham really want me, it would be cool."
Meanwhile, Radoslav Kovac has pleaded with West Ham to sign him on a permanent deal.
He spent the second half of last season on loan at Upton Park from Spartak Moscow, making 10 appearances, but West Ham have been put off by the £4m fee.
Kovac, 29, said: 'I hope that West Ham will still be able to come to an agreement with Spartak.'