The Barcelona midfielder is willing to represent his country in London, even though the Games get underway less than three weeks after the close of play in Poland and UkraineSergio Busquets has revealed that his dream is to represent Spain in both Euro 2012 and the Olympics this summer.
The Barcelona midfielder is considered a shoo-in for Vicente Del Bosque's squad for Poland and Ukraine but it was not thought that he would be considered - or even want to be considered - for London 2012, given the Games get underway less than three weeks after the conclusion of Euro 2012.
However, Busquets insists that he would dearly love to represent his country in both competitions.
"I want to go to the European Championship and the Olympics, but it's not up to me," the 23-year-old Catalan is quoted as saying by AS.
"The two coaches [Vicente Del Bosque and Luis Milla] know it's my dream. I will do everything to go."
For the moment, though, Busquets is focusing on Barca's Champions League last 16 second-leg clash with Bayer Leverkusen at Camp Nou.
The Blaugrana are expected to cruise into the quarter-finals, having triumphed 3-1 at the BayArena three weeks ago, but Busquets is taking nothing for granted.
"The result of the away leg was very good, but all is not decided," he warned.
"They will come to attack; to create chances. [But] that will open spaces in their defence, as in the second half in Germany."
Barca's clash with Leverkusen at Camp Nou kicks off at 20:45CET.
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