Swansea City goalkeeper Michel Vorm, has warned his current employers that a move to Barcelona would be too good to turn down if the Spanish giants came calling.
Barcelona are believed to be in the hunt for a possible successor to their current No. 1 Victor Valdes who has stated he will not extend his contract at the Nou Camp after it expires next summer.
The Spaniard has expressed his desire for a new challenge, opening the door for the likes of Vorm, of whom Barcelona are reportedly interested in signing.
And if the Catalans were to come calling in a year's time, the Dutchman insisted he would have no option but to leave the Swans.
“There has never been a specific club, but if I am to believe the stories that Barcelona have been following me. Whether I’m good enough? Yeah, I’m good enough," said Vorm to the Daily Star.
Vorm joined the Welsh club in August 2011 for a fee of £1.5 million, and has impressed during his time in the Premier League.
The 29-year-old kept seven clean sheets in the last campaign, as he helped Swansea to a ninth place finish and also picked up a League Cup winner's medal after their victory of Bradford at Wembley.
The Swans kick off the new campaign with a home fixture against defending champions Manchester United on Saturday.
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