Robinho has cast doubt over his Manchester City future by admitting any player would relish the chance to play for Barcelona.
The Brazilian left the Primera Division last summer, joining City from Real Madrid for a British record fee of £32.5million.
Robinho struck 14 Premier League goals during his debut campaign in England and he recently stated his commitment to City.
However, the forward has been quoted as conceding that the opportunity to play for Barca would be an attractive proposition for any player.
"So far, there have only been speculations," he told Sport. "There is nothing concrete and I haven't received any offers.
"The only thing I can say is that Barcelona are a great team and everybody would love to play for them."
Robinho did, however, insist he remains 'comfortable' with his decision to swap Madrid for Manchester.
He said: "I left because I was not happy. I do not regret the decision and I'm comfortable at Manchester City."