The 29-year-old former Chelsea man, who helped Celtic retain the SPL title last weekend, has heard of interest from south of the border and will consider his future at the end of the season.
"I read it in the newspapers," the Czech Republic international said of rumours linking him with a return to England.
"The Scottish league is not bad. Sixty-thousand people come to each of the Celtic games, but the Premiership is something else. You play in full stadiums against very high-quality opponents. We shall see after the season.
"I am glad not to have been forgotten in England. I am an experienced footballer, I already tried to play in England and I will not be expensive. I am, let's say, 'useable'."
On the chances of a switch to White Hart Lane to join Chelsea's London rivals Spurs, Jarosik responded: "It is a superb team, playing still around fifth place.
"The stadium is also always sold out, and many big derby games are played.
"I can see only pluses there. But I do not want to go into detailed thinking about this, we shall see after the season."
For Jarosik, the SPL winner's medal means he has now secured league crowns in a record four countries - Czech Republic, Russia, England and Scotland.
And his seventh title could hardly have been sweeter.
"We scored the decisive goal in the final minute," he said, recalling Sunday's last-gasp 2-1 win over Kilmarnock at Rugby Park.
"And after a long time we played in good weather and on a good pitch. Kilmarnock did not give us anything for free. It was fantastic as 5,000 of our supporters came with us to the game."
Despite the title race being effectively over long before Easter, Jarosik insists his latest league win was not easy.
He said: "Everybody knows it was not easy, the season was long. I compare this Celtic team to the Sparta [Prague] side of the past which had only the highest objectives, ambitions and expectations.
"I came to Celtic to win the title and a cup. It certainly was not easy."
He admitted the lack of a serious challenge from arch rivals Rangers helped, but believes his side still deserve all the credit.
"Of course it helped," Jarosik added in Czech daily Sport. "Our squad was more experienced, we got an advantage of 19 points and this calmed us down. Then we had several weaker games, but we managed to win away matches by one goal."