Reports suggest the Argentine winger is a target for Spanish giants Barca as they look to add depth to their squad.
The 26-year-old would be open to such a switch after tasting relegation heartache with Newcastle last season.
With the 2010 World Cup weighing heavy on the minds of many players this term, a switch to one of Europe's top divisions would also be in Gutierrez's best interests.
He accepts as much, and admits he would be foolish to shun a move to Barca, but insists he is happy to help the Magpies' promotion push until informed otherwise.
"The truth is they (Barcelona) are a great team. They already demonstrated this last season by winning everything," he said.
"For one, to be part of a great team is always a dream, to play with great players. But, right now it is something I try not to think about. I'm only thinking of Newcastle. But obviously, to play there is a dream for any player.
He added: "They are a club who are doing things very well, they have great players and any player would like to play for this team."