The DR Congo international shone towards the back end of last season under Alan Pardew and has made a bright start to 2015/16 at Selhurst Park.
Recent reports have claimed that Spurs have made him a top target as the transfer window edges towards its close, with the White Hart Lane side having done little in the way of major transfer business this summer.
And Tottenham’s chances of landing the 26-year-old have been boosted, with Bolasie having admitted that he would find it tough to turn down a big move:
“I am a loyal guy, but this is a game and a business.” He is quoted by the Daily Star.
“You would have to look into it to see if it suits you and your family.
“At my age it could be the right time, but it has to be right for the club as well.”
However, Palace are likely to fight hard to keep their man, with Pardew having already slapped a somewhat inflated £40m price-tag on him earlier this year amid interest from Liverpool.