Adam Kwarasey is honoured to find himself being linked with a move to England and is hoping to position himself further in the shop window over the coming weeks.
The Ghana international is readying himself for the 2012 African Cup of Nations, and he intends to use the international stage to his advantage.
The Oslo-born goalkeeper is looking to secure a switch away from Stromsgodset and is aware speculation is already mounting regarding his future.
SPL giants Celtic are said to be keen, while Sunderland, Queens Park Rangers, Blackburn and Arsenal are all reported to hold an interest.
Kwarasey admits he would welcome a switch to the Premier League, but for now he is focused on helping Ghana in their quest for international glory.
"I am flattered by the Premier League interest in me," he toldÂ skysports.com.
"It is my dream league and I want to play there one day and prove myself at the top level.
"The African Nations Cup? I am also looking forward to that.
"Hopefully we can make the people of Ghana very happy and win the cup, even if the Ivory Coast are big favourites."