Daniel Alves has again stressed his desire to leave Sevilla.
The Brazilian international is wanted by a number of clubs across Europe, but Chelsea are believed to be heading the queue for his services.
Alves has returned to training with the Uefa Cup holders after his efforts in the Copa America with Brazil.
The full-back has already admitted he wants to move to Chelsea, but he insists he wants to do it on good terms with Sevilla.
"It would please me a lot if an offer arrived which the club valued and by all means I would love to leave here with the president sat by my side," he told El Mundo.
"However, at the moment I have to think about playing in the Champions League and Super Cup with the club I am at.
"I always said that I would leave Seville only for a great club and after the great season we just had there is a great chance this would happen.
"If the offer does arrive, then you have to take advantage of the opportunities as the life of a soccer player is very short."
Alves insisted that he was not talking with any clubs at the moment .
"As soon as something concrete happens and he [agent] agrees, then we will communicate it," he added.