Argentina striker Sergio Aguero has fuelled rumours of a possible move to Stamford Bridge, saying the thought of a future with Chelsea 'excites' him.
Aguero, 22, has been linked with a number of high-profile clubs in the summer transfer window following his rise to fame at Atletico Madrid.
The Spanish side appear to have already conceded defeat in their attempts to retain his services, saying their star man can go for the right price.
"If an offer comes in from the right club and Atletico feels it is the right price, then a deal can be done," Aguero told the Daily Star on Sunday.
"Of course Chelsea is of interest as they are one of the most powerful teams in European football.
"They show their intent summer after summer in the transfer market and more often than not that intent will see them end the season with at least one trophy."
Looking to the future
Aguero admits that building a stable future is amongst his priorities, but top of the list is silverware.
"As a player you need to look after your future financially but the truth is most top European clubs would offer me top packages," he said.
"What I need to consider is where I can win things and I know for sure I can win things at Chelsea.
"You look at their players and you are excited about any future you may have there."
The talented striker admits that the thought of playing alongside Didier Drogba amongst other Chelsea stars appeals massively.
He said: "To be the strike partner of Didier Drogba is a thing many players would love to be.
"But it's not just Drogba - it's Lampard, Terry, Anelka, Essien, and maybe even Fernando Torres.
"They have quality players everywhere."