Besiktas midfielder Guti has revealed his desire to return to his old club Real Madrid in the future and has also disclosed his intention to play in a different league next season.
The 34-year-old former Spain playmaker joined the Turkish giants at the start of the 2010-11 campaign from Madrid after featuring for the capital giants at various levels since the mid 1990s.
The appointment of Jose Mourinho as coach and arrival of a host of new players in the summer saw Guti leave Madrid to sign a two-year contract with Besiktas and reunite with former Blancos boss Bernd Schuster.
However, things haven't gone to plan in Istanbul as the Black Eagles have struggled in the Turkish Super Lig and are currently stranded in seventh place in the table, seven points off a European spot.
Schuster has been replaced by Tayfur Havutcu and there are reports that foreign players in the team want to leave the club at the end of the season.
Guti, one of the several new recruits this season, has now revealed his plan to move to a different country in the summer and has also stated his wish to join up at Madrid again.
Goal.com Turkey quotes the midfielder as having said on his twitter account: "One day I'd like to return to Real Madrid. For the moment I only have Besiktas in my mind. Next year it will be another country."
Guti has featured in 20 league matches for Besiktas this season and has scored seven times.