Cesc Fabregas has hinted that he may one day make a return to Arsenal, in order to do his coaching badges!
In an exclusive with the Daily Mail, the ex-Gunner's skipper talked through all things Arsenal and top of the list was the possibility of him ever returning to the club.
This coming Monday will mark ten years since the Spaniard debuted for the north London outfit as a 16-year-old against Rotherham, and despite the fact that he left Arsenal to join boyhood club Barcelona, Fabregas is seemingly keen to return to the Emirates one day.
When asked about the possibility of moving back to the club he served so brilliantly, Fabregas pointed out that doing his coaching badges there was a very realistic possibility.
"I’m sure they would give me the option to help out there, he said.
"Sol Campbell is there at the moment. Dennis Bergkamp also went there two or three times a week to train when he was doing his coaching badges. It’s a great club in that sense."
The 26-year-old has been vaguely linked with a move back to the Premier League as a player, particularly before last season when his dreams of playing regular first-team football at the Nou Camp looked to have been dashed by the brilliant of Iniesta and Xavi.
However now he looks happy at Barca, and it's likely that with the emerging Jack Wilshere and Aaron Ramsey, he won't be needed by the Gunners anytime soon.
No matter what his views are though, the Spain international will most certainly be concentrating on this weekend's fixtures, as his Barcelona side take on Real Madrid in the first El Classico of the season.