By Andres Roman
Nice striker Dario Cvitanich has expressed to Goal.com his desire to play in the likes of Premier League, La Liga or Serie A someday.
In an exclusive interview, the Argentine spoke fondly of playing in France, but was honest about his ambition to ply his trade in one of Europe's very top leagues in the future.
"La Liga in Spain is attractive, and I also like Serie A in Italy," he told Goal.com
"I've had opportunities to go to those places, but I'll make that decision as I go. The Premier League is certainly always going to seduce a player to play there too."
The 28-year-old former Boca Juniors star said that, although he is enjoying playing in France at the moment, Ligue 1 is tough to adjust to.
"It is very physical football, very hard, with very evenly matched teams. From a physical point of view it is the hardest, along with the Premier League," Cvitanich said.
Cvitanich also feels that he is lucky to be playing at a time when French football is going from strength to strength, with the likes of Paris Saint-Germain spending freely in the transfer market and Monaco impressing with rich benefactors in Ligue 2
"Because of the players brought in by the likes of Paris and Monaco, it has captured more attention to the league. It's very nice to play in," he continued.
Cvitanich is enjoying a productive campaign with Nice, and he has scored 12 goals in 18 appearances so far this season.