Barcelona star Andres Iniesta insists everyone at the Catalan giants wants Arsenal's Cesc Fabregas to come back to the club.
Fabregas quit Barca as a teenager for the North Londoners and has gone from strength to strength under Arsene Wenger's stewardship.
The 22-year-old is now one of the world's best young midfielders and played his part in Spain's World Cup triumph over the summer.
Iniesta insists Fabregas can take the Spanish champions to yet another level as he is the complete player.
However, Barca still have to reach an agreement with Arsenal, something that seems unlikely given the Gunners' hard-nosed stance on retaining the star.
"We all want him to come because he will help us to go up a level - he's very complete," Fabregas told Barca TV.
"However, he belongs to Arsenal and the two clubs must understand each other (in order for a deal to be done)."
Barca have already added to their squad in the shape of David Villa and Iniesta believes their free-flowing approach will suit his game.
"He will be very happy here - Barcelona's style of play is very well suited to him," he continued.