Jackson Martinez has revealed that he is prepared to depart FC Porto for a bigger club, with Chelsea, Liverpool and Tottenham interested in his services during the summer.

The 27-year old Colombian striker has reignited interest from Chelsea as Jose Mourinho looks set to part with out-of-favour Demba Ba.

Liverpool will also want to replace the unsettled Iago Aspas in the winter transfer window, while Spurs are hopeful of bringing in another striker as they continue to struggle to score from open play.

Although refusing to name any clubs he would like to join, Martinez made it clear that he is keen to test himself at a higher level before he gets too old.

“The years are passing and one day I hope to make a good transfer,” Martinez said.

“It clearly depends on Porto, a club that sells its players so well. Leaving or staying depends on Porto but I will only go if there is something concrete.”

Martinez scored 26 goals in 20 starts for Porto last season after joining from Chiapas and already has seven under his belt in six Primeira Liga games this term.

Despite helping Porto to become champions in his maiden season in Portugal, the Colombia international is likely to want to play on a more recognised stage and the Premier League offers exactly that.