Wesley Sneijder has urged Inter Milan to sign Dutch compatriot Dirk Kuyt from Liverpool.
The agent of versatile and energetic forward Kuyt has revealed that there is 'concrete interest' from the European champions and that his client is considering his future.
Rafa Benitez's presence at Inter is thought to be weighing on Kuyt's mind as the former Liverpool boss, who took the now 30-year-old to Anfield in 2006, enjoys an excellent working relationship with the ex-Feyenoord star.
Sneijder would also welcome the arrival of his Holland team-mate after the pair reached this summer's World Cup final together.
"With him it's like playing with 12 and not 11 players," Sneijder told Corriere dello Sport of Kuyt.
"Kuyt is always running for two and with the work that he does he's always vital, whether for the national team or Liverpool."
Sneijder has also stated that he has no intention of leaving Inter, saying when asked if he could stay with the Italians for the rest of his playing career: "I am 26 years old and I have at least another eight years to play, so why not?"
The new Serie A season starts next weekend and Sneijder will be hoping to replicate the success of the past campaign, when he won the Treble with Inter before reaching the World Cup final and getting married.
"It's been an incredible year, I won everything with Inter and that's the best thing that can happen to a player," he added.
"Also at the World Cup with Holland we did an exceptional job, unfortunately only in the final things didn't go well.
"But South Africa was a great experience, then there was the wedding which was also a great moment.
"I can say that 2010 has been the best year of my life."