Santos midfielder Ganso, who has been linked with a number of clubs including Chelsea and Manchester United, insists he has no immediate plans to move to Europe.
Chelsea and United are just two European clubs thought to be keen on signing the highly-rated 22-year-old, who at the start of the year was linked with a move to Tottenham.
Porto are known to be interested in signing the attacking midfielder, and while he expects to move to Europe at some point, he insists he is in no rush to leave his homeland.
"I haven't thought about it yet, I'm focusing on the (Copa) Libertadores," the Brazil international told Lancenet.
"I'll think a lot when that moment comes.
"It will be hard. It's a complicated decision because this is my second home."
Ganso also warned that he will only consider a move away from Santos should a "big" club come in for him.
"I'll be happy if I can play for a big team," he added.
"Santos are a big team so I have to move to another big team.
"I want to fight for titles, I don't want to play for a team that fights against relegation."