PSV Eindhoven winger Balazs Dzsudzsak has revealed his ambition to play in the Primera Liga at some point in his future career.
The Hungary international, who arrived at PSV in 2008, has been frequently linked with a move to a bigger club, but penned a new contract in Eindhoven until 2015 earlier this year.
Despite committing to the Eredivisie giants on a long-term deal, 24-year-old Dzsudzsak is not ruling out a future move to the Spanish league.
"It would be great to play in Spain. I'd even say it's my dream," Dzsudzsak told Fifa's official website.
"But to go there just to warm the bench or not be part of the squad, well that wouldn't be a very clever move."
Dzsudzsak has enjoyed a breakthrough campaign at PSV this season, scoring 21 goals in all competitions for the Dutch giants.
The winger is grateful to the club for assisting his progress, adding: "At PSV, I knew that if I worked hard I would get the chance to play and be part of the first team.
"The Eredivisie is the ideal league in which to grow and develop when you're young."
The winger, who moved to PSV from native club Debreceni, feels he has learned a lot in Eindhoven over recent years.
"I'm not a different player, but I have changed," he added. "I'm calmer and more focused now.
"I've spent a lot of time talking to my agent, my family and the manager to get rid of the distractions that were stopping me from really taking things to the next level."