Cesc Fabregas has hinted that he could leave Arsenal at the end of this season if Arsene Wenger's side fails to win any silverware.
The 21-year-old Spain international has admitted that it would be a dream to return to Barcelona, the club he left to join the Gunners five years ago.
Fabregas told the Evening Standard: "Right now I'm fine at Arsenal but I cannot deny that to return and play for Barca would be a dream come true.
"I chose to stay at the club last summer and right now I'm totally focused on the reason for that decision which was to try and win trophies
"We'll see how things have gone by the end of the season.
"The fact is that Barca are playing cinematic football right now and it's fantastic to see that the other day when they beat Atletico Madrid 6-1 they had seven or eight guys who, like me, came through the club's youth system.
"(Lionel) Messi is the best player in the world and he has been for a long time, never mind what people used to think about Ronaldinho in his prime.
"During Messi's football life I've seen him do incredible things on a football pitch, as a kid or now as a leader of the Barca team."