Bolton star Youri Djorkaeff has warned the club he could quit The Reebok Stadium at the end of the season should they fail to qualify for Europe.
The former French international has set his sights high and is hopeful that Bolton can make Europe next season by winning this month's Carling Cup final.
Djorkaeff's contract expires in the summer and he admitted their success on getting in Europe or nor could decide his future.
"When I arrived at Bolton, I told everyone to concentrate on the cups because that's the only way for this club to get into Europe," he said.
"That will be the deciding factor over whether I stay after this season."
The former Monaco ace is hoping that Arsenal can overcome Middlesbrough in the semi-final of the Carling Cup to set up a meeting with Bolton as it would guarantee a European spot for Sam Allardyce's men with Arsenal certain to qualify for Europe through the league.
"If we can take on Arsenal in the final at Cardiff that would be ideal. It would mean we would already be qualified for Europe," added Djorkaeff.
"But I also want to win the Carling Cup."
Meanwhile, Bolton are reported to be planning a late double swoop for Auxerre midfielder Olivier Kapo and former Juventus defender Moreno Torricelli.
Allardyce is keen to bolster his defence having lost Ricardo Gardner to long-term injury and experienced Italian Torricelli could provide cover for the second half of the season.
Bolton have held a long-term interest in Kapo and they are continuing talks to try and persuade him to move to The Reebok Stadium