Arsenal midfielder Cesc Fabregas would love the opportunity to play with his Spain team-mate David Villa at club level.
The Valencia star, who has been linked with a move to the Premier League, helped Spain beat Russia 4-1 in their Euro 2008 opener on Tuesday by grabbing an impressive hat-trick.
Fabregas, who scored Spain's fourth goal with a diving header in stoppage time, said: "He would be amazing for the English league.
"I would like to have him in my team because as you can see he can make the difference.
"He's an amazing player. He has mobility, he scores goals. He plays well at the back of defenders, in front of them, he's a tremendous player.
"We have to learn from mistakes like at the last World Cup, when everyone thought that we were going to win the tournament because of our victory against Ukraine 4-0 in the first game.
"So, we don't want to get too excited and just go game by game and that's how we will win."