With so many interviews being given in the past couple of weeks, it’s been quite hard to keep up with what Premier League players have been saying.

Wolverhampton Wanderers star has been on an Instagram live chat with Mexican fighter Sin Cara this week, and talked a little about his time at the Premier League side.

Jimenez was asked about his plans for the future, and despite claiming he’s fine at Wolves, he didn’t rule out a move out of the club.

“If I stay here I’m happy. I don’t have to change. Of course, never close the door to anything. If it’s good for me and for the club, if it’s the best for everyone, we would see what can be done,” said Raul Jimenez (via Marca Mexico).

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Raul Jimenez has also claimed he doesn’t own a house in England, and Marca writes that’s because of a possible move out of the club.

“I don’t have my own house, I rent here. You never know. I’ve already been to three countries in Europe.”

Speaking of his past, Raul Jimenez talked about the clubs where he’d have liked to play more, and also mentioned the possibility of finishing his career at Mexican side America, even though there are some haters there.

“At Atlético de Madrid I played little. At Benfica I did a little more. I would have liked to be a more important player in my other teams.”

“I’d like to return to America. I have more than open doors to do so in the future. Many people don’t like me because I left America, but then you will never keep everyone happy.”