Sevilla midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia admits that it would be a dream come true if he could play for boyhood heroes Real Madrid.
The youngster moved to the cash-strapped Andalusian outfit last summer from French Ligue 2 side Lens and his performances this season have attracted plenty of speculation over his future. Madrid, Manchester City and Monaco have all been credited with having an interest in the young French starlet.
And the 20-year-old says that it would be incredible if a move to the Liga giants transpired, with rumours circulating that Jose Mourinho's men are ready to launch an €8 million (£6.7m) bid.
"Real Madrid have been my dream since I was a little kid," Kondogbia told Telefoot.
"It's always a pleasure to see that you are watched and wanted. Real Madrid? That makes me dream ... but it's only on paper for now. Those clubs can all play in the Champions League."
Kondogbia, who has appeared 32 times for Sevilla this season, has a contract with the club until 2017.