The Colombian striker says he has always admired the styles of both the Blaugrana and Real Madrid and has set his sights on winning a World Cup spot
The Colombian, who joined from Club Brugge last summer, has scored 14 goals in 29 La Liga appearances - including both in the 2-1 win over Real Madrid - as the Andalusian outfit have sustained a challenge for the Champions League places.
With Barca believed to be scouring the market for a new centre-forward in the summer, Bacca has revealed his admiration for the Liga champions' style of play - although he feels he could be better suited to Madrid's system.
"As a kid I dreamed of becoming a professional so I could face the best teams in the world. On Wednesday I had a new chance to face a great team like Madrid," he told La Xarxa.
"I've always liked Madrid as much as Barca, but I've always had an affinity for the game that Barca play, although I like that Madrid always play with a fixed No.9 or two central strikers.
"It would be a dream to be at a club as big as Barca, but one always has to live in reality. I'm with Sevilla, where I'm very happy and have a contract. What happens next is whatever God wills."
Bacca is expecting Barca, Madrid and Atletico Madrid to mount a serious challenge for the Champions League in what he believes will be a fiercely-contested quarter-final stage.
"The favourites are Bayern, they are very strong and have a great coach in Guardiola. But Barca are still Barca, Madrid are still Madrid, Atletico are playing well..." he said.
"Chelsea are getting stronger and stronger with [Jose] Mourinho, Paris Saint-Germain have reached the round with great players. It will be a very tight Champions League."
With star striker Radamel Falcao sidelined with a knee injury, there have been calls for Bacca to be handed a place in the Colombia squad for the World Cup this summer, and the 27-year-old admits he will give his all to earn a spot in Jose Pekerman's plans.
"Competition for the squad is very tough, but it would be a dream to go to the World Cup. At the moment I'm focused on Sevilla, but without losing the view of the World Cup, because it would be great to go."