Zlatan Ibrahimovic says he wants to create history at Barcelona after arriving at Camp Nou on Sunday.
The Swedish striker is set to complete his dream move to the European champions in a deal which will see Samuel Eto'o move the other way and the Serie A side receive 45million euros (£38m).
Ibrahimovic spent around 15 minutes at Camp Nou where he was photographed in front of the Barcelona badge and will dine with club president Joan Laporta and other officials on Sunday night.
He is then set for a medical on Monday and - should all go to plan - he will be presented as the treble winners' latest recruit later that day.
Looking forward to this new stage of his career, Ibrahimovic told Barca TV: "I want to form part of Barca's history."
He added: "It's hard to describe my feelings. Everything seems to be all set, it just needs my signature.
"I'm really pleased and enjoying everything that's happening.
"I really am very, very happy and when this is all settled I'll be the happiest man in the world."
Ibrahimovic, who spent three seasons at Inter, insisted that as soon as Barca came calling there was only one team for him.
"Every player wants to come to Barca, but not everybody can," he said.
"When I saw Barca were interested in me I told my manager to sort it out and he's done a great job.
"Who wouldn't want to come to Barca? I think any player would want to represent what is the best club in Europe and maybe the world.
"The best players have to be at Barca and I hope to be one of them."
The 27-year-old, who finished last season as top goalscorer in Serie A, added: "I'm coming here with the qualities everyone knows I have.
"I play a skilful game, as Barca do and I want to do as well as I have done at Inter.
"The people who know me as a player know what I can bring. I want to learn how Barca play.
"There are champions in every position and I want to learn what I can from all of them.
"I'm coming here ready for anything and anything that I can bring will be great.
"I'll give my best to give everyone something to enjoy."
Meanwhile, Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola believes Ibrahimovic will not be his only major signing this summer.
His comments come as reports in Spain suggest the club are looking to sign a new midfielder to make up for the likely absences of Mali's Seydou Keita and the Ivory Coast's Yaya Toure during the African Nations Cup in January.
Among possible recruits reportedly being mulled over are Liverpool's Javier Mascherano and Christian Poulsen of Juventus.
Guardiola said: "I don't think he (Ibrahimovic) will be the last player we sign. We are going to try to get someone else.
"We don't know for sure if it will happen because it is hard to sign good players but we will try. It will be in a different position, we want to sign good players for every position."