Christian Eriksen has revealed that he is weighing his options ahead of his contract expiration this summer.
Following his release from Inter Milan, the 30-year-old joined the Bees on a short-term agreement until the end of the season in January.
Due to his contract status, the Dane is free to join other teams in the forthcoming transfer window, with Tottenham Hotspur being one of the numerous clubs actively linked with a bid for the midfielder.
Eriksen has stated that he would like to play Champions League football again in his retirement years, as well as admitting that he has choices.
Speaking to Viaplay, Eriksen said: "I do not think that there are some football players who can just pick and choose between clubs, because there are many criteria that come into play. There are also many clubs that need to see one's path before that happens.
"I have different offers and options, which we are considering, and then we make a decision. I would love to play Champions League football again. I know how much fun it is, but it isn't essential for me."
Eriksen was equipped with a defibrillator after suffering a cardiac arrest while representing Denmark at the European Championships last summer, which drove him out of Inter owing to Serie A laws involving such a device.
Eriksen has made 10 Premier League games for Brentford since his arrival to West London, dazzling with one goal and four assists to help the Bees stay in the Premier League.