Juan Guillermo Cuadrado has opened the door to a possible move to Arsenal and has revealed that he's pleased with the Gunners' interest, reports the Daily Star.
The Colombian winger has made a fine start to the season at Fiorentina and, after the north London club sent scouts to watch him in his last game, the 25-year-old hit a brace for his side against Viola in Serie A.
Having only signed for the club from Udinese in the summer, Cuadrado now appears to have many admirers, with Arsenal firmly interested, according to sources in Italy and it has been reported the star will cost in the region of £20 million.
Cuadrado revealed that he wasn't aware of the Gunners' interest but admitted that he was happy with it.
Speaking to reporters, the Colombian ace said: "I didn't know, I learned from you.
"It's something that pleases me, but I'm happy here at Fiorentina... we'll see.
"Today I am very happy with my first two goals, I'm happy, also because I originally had two physical problems."
For now the Gunners will turn their attention to the Capital One Cup as they host Chelsea this evening at the Emirates.
The north London outfit will be hoping to secure their first trophy in eight years this season.