The 20-year-old will be in action south of the border as he plays for Scotland Under-21s against their English counterparts in a friendly at Bramall Lane on Tuesday night.
Hearts' financial problems saw Holt linked with Nottingham Forest this summer but the promising youngster has stayed to begin the new season at Tynecastle.
When asked if the prospect of moving south held an appeal, Holt said: "I think so. Everyone knows how good the leagues are down in England.
"One day I think any player would like to play down here at one point.
"We all know it is a massive league, but I can't speak for everyone else."
For now Holt's main focus is helping Hearts wipe out the negative 15-point tally with which they began the Scottish Premiership season as punishment for entering administration in June.
The Jambos lost their opener but reduced the deficit by three points with an uplifting victory over rivals Hibernian at the weekend and Holt hopes they can now build momentum.
Holt said: "We're delighted with the result against Hibs - it doesn't come much better than that, a derby win.
"Just to repay the fans for all the hard work they have put in, and the club as a whole, we're all delighted.
"Hopefully this can kickstart the season. We all know it is going to be a challenge but all the players are up for that challenge."