Corinthians striker Alexandre Pato says he enjoyed his spell at Chelsea but was hoping to enjoy more regular football in Guus Hiddink's team.
The Brazilian had to wait more than two months before making his debut for the club, scoring from the penalty spot in a 4-0 win against Aston Villa.
His desire is to continue in Europe but he admits that his future remains uncertain.
"I want to stay in Europe," he told SporTV.
"My head is turned to Europe. I want to play there. But if not, I'll come back here [Brazil].
"I told my agent that at the moment I do not want to listen to anyone in Brazil.
"Since I cannot say yes or no at this point, I do not want to make anyone hopeful or angry. Let's see through July 1 and if nothing happens in Europe we sit and listen to these clubs.
"I do not regret [moving to Stamford Bridge]. Chelsea received me very well. I could play, scored a goal, I showed that I can play in Europe, in England. Because many say that England is very difficult. [But] I was hoping to play more."