Barcelona playmaker Ronaldinho has admitted he would 'love' to play in the Premier League.
Ronaldinho is expected to leave Camp Nou this summer as new manager Pep Guardiola looks to reshape his squad for next season.
Manchester City have already been granted permission to open talks with the forward while Chelsea have also been linked with a move following former Brazil manager Luiz Felipe Scolari's appointment.
And Ronaldinho has hinted a move to England could well materialise after expressing his admiration for the Premier League.
"Every player would love to play in such a competitive championship like the English league," Ronaldinho told Globo TV.
"I'm happy because almost all the teams want me to play for them."
On the rumours linking him with a reunion with Scolari at Stamford Bridge, he added: "I'm very happy for him (Scolari). I admire him a lot and I hope he can make all his dreams come true. I wish him well."
The two-time Fifa World Player of the Year also discussed his struggle for form with Barca last term.
The 28-year-old explained: "When a lot of problems come together, the whole team is not well and players find it difficult to shine.
"I'm as upset as my team-mates for not playing well. The lack of titles let us down even more.
"Now I am recovered. Everything is perfect and I've started a new stage in my rehabilitation.
"I want to profit from these holidays to return as soon as possible to achieve my dreams of becoming the world's best player and playing in the world's best team."