Nigeria international, Victor Moses has revealed he will move to the club which tables the highest bid to tempt him away from EPL side Wigan.
Moses, who shone like a million stars for Wigan Athletics last season, is wanted by several English Premier League clubs.
"Now that am done with the National team, my attention would switch to the transfer window," he exclusively told MTNFootball.com
"I have heard a lot of offers are on the table. First of all Wigan have the final say but for me the highest bidder would take the day but right now I am still a DW faithful," he said
Wigan Monday turned down a £4 million bid from Chelsea who wanted Moses as a replacement for Cote d’Ivoire star, Solomon Kalou.
However, the European champions are ready to present a fresh £10m bid for the Nigeria forward, reports the Daily Mirror.
The 21-year-old has just one year left on his contract at the DW Stadium and Liverpool, Arsenal, QPR and Newcastle have also shown interest.
Billionaire owner Roman Abramovich wants ‘The Blues’ to adopt at an attacking style despite their defensive tactics being the key to their Champions League triumph.
Moses is a favourite of Chelsea's top talent spotter and fellow Nigerian, Michael Emenalo.
Latics boss Roberto Martinez does not want to lose his talisman, but chairman Dave Whelan has admitted that a big offer will be hard to resist.
Moses was a key factor for Wigan Athletics escape from relegation last season.
Meanwhile, Wigan Athletic chairman, Dave Whelan has slammed Chelsea for their 'rubbish' offer for striker Moses.
The Nigeria international has been with the club since 2010, and has netted eight times in 72 league appearances for the Greater Manchester club.
The 21-year-old played a major role in Wigan's survival last season, as Roberto Martinez's side avoided relegation from the Premier League yet again with a late surge in form.
The former JJB owner has accused the Champions League winners of attempting to take advantage of Moses’ contractual position, as the former Crystal Palace man only has 12 months left on his current deal.
"Number one, they have made an offer, and number two, they have not made a big enough offer," he revealed to Goal.com.
"That is where it lies. The offer that Chelsea have made is no good. It is way too low. It is rubbish. If the price is right we will consider letting him go, yes, we have to do that.
"But I think that it is the agent who will not allow him to sign an extension to his contract and he has another 12 months to run on it.
"I think that the lad really needs another 12 months here at Wigan under Roberto for his own sake. That is what he does need so he can keep developing.
According to reports, Wigan will be looking for at least £10 million for their player, but Whelan has revealed the bid was under £4m.
"He played ever so well when we played Chelsea when we went down to Stamford Bridge but he does need another year here at Wigan," he continued.
"We can only tell him that. It is his agent who dominates everything and all his agent wants is money.
"I have said to Chelsea ‘thank-you for your offer but no’. What they are offering is not enough. I have not put a price-tag on Victor.
"But let's say that what Chelsea have offered is a lot less than £4m. That is absolutely stupid."