Aruna Dindane has dashed the hopes of Wolves and Blackburn of securing his services this summer by hinting he is ready to join Panathinaikos.[LNB] Dindane has spent the season on loan with Portsmouth from Lens and will bid farewell to the Fratton Park club following Saturday's FA Cup final with Chelsea.[LNB]With Pompey unable to push through a permanent deal due to their crippling debts and relegation to the Championship, the 29-year-old has attracted several suitors.[LNB]Wolves manager Mick McCarthy and Blackburn counterpart Sam Allardyce were both reported to have tabled bids, but they faced competition from Panathinaikos.[LNB]And it appears that the Greek club, who can offer the lure of Champions League football, have won the race for the forward's services.[LNB]Dindane said: "It is obvious I will choose Champions League football with Panathinaikos."