Barcelona starlet Thiago Alcantara claims he could be tempted away from Camp Nou.
The highly-rated midfielder helped Spain's U21 side to European Championship glory on Saturday, with his spectacular 40-yard strike putting the seal on a 2-0 victory over Switzerland.
He can now turn his attention back to domestic action and a potentially pivotal 2011/12 campaign in Catalunya.
Although he is considered to be a top talent by the Barca coaching team, Thiago has been forced to bide his time on the bench for long periods since joining the first-team fold.
At just 20 years of age he has plenty of time to force his way through, but it remains to be seen whether he is prepared to be that patient.
Thiago does not hide the fact that he is ambitious and admits that he would be willing to leave Barca for the good of his career.
"I would be lying if I said that my dream is to succeed at Barca," he said.
"My dream is to succeed in football. I want to be a player who people remember for ever."