Borussia Dortmund forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has expressed his desire in moving to the English Premier League in the coming future.
The French-born Gabonese is understood to have attract the attention of some of Europeans biggest clubs, scoring 34 goals in all competitions so far this campaign.
Aubameyang, 26, revealed that his "dream" is to play in Spanish outfit, but having already turned out in France, Italy and Germany, is confident that he can make into the set of Europe's top five football leagues.
"I hope so! Why not? It would be very good, very nice. We will see," he told the Meet A Star foundation as quoted by Daily Star.
"My dream is to play in Spain, because my mother is from Spain and I have some family there. It is one of my dreams. But for the moment I'm in Germany. I watch the Premier League for sure. I watch some games.
"The teams are very, very good and I like it because every game is open. And there's so much space – and I love space because then I can run! That's why it's a very good and very special league."
Aubameyang has racked up 78 goals in 138 appearances for Dortmund since joining the German outfit from Saint-Etienne in 2013.