Eidur Gudjohnsen has expressed how much he is loving life at Barcelona.
The Icelandic striker joined Barca from Chelsea in June and has quickly become a key member of the side, scoring five goals in La Liga alone.
He also netted in Tuesday's 2-0 victory over Werder Bremen in the UEFA Champions League, adding to Ronaldinho's sublime free-kick.
Rather than lifting his shot over the Werder wall, Ronaldinho cheekily tucked it underneath as they jumped, leaving Gudjohnsen to marvel at the Brazilian's talent.
"One of these days he is going to make the ball talk," he said.
"He saw that they were going to jump. What he said in the dressing room afterwards was that the two really big guys in the wall wouldn't jump so he put it under the small ones.
"He's a great player and I guess that makes him psychic.
"When you play with him and see what he does with a ball, nothing surprises me."
Gudjohnsen admits that Ronaldinho's brilliance contributes to his enjoyment of Barcelona, but he is equally impassioned about all aspects of the club.
"For me, playing for Barcelona has been everything I dreamed of and more," Gudjohnsen explained.
"It's everything about the club - the stadium, the fans, the build-up and the best player in the world.
"Every game I feel more comfortable and my true quality shines through."