Atletico Madrid marksman Sergio Aguero has expressed his desire to leave Spain in favour of a move to Chelsea.
The Argentina international has found himself consistently linked with a move to Stamford Bridge, and the 22-year-old is hopeful that this summer will finally see him get the transfer to the Premier League he craves.
"If an offer comes in from the right club and Atletico feels it is the right price, then a deal can be done," he told the Daily Star.
"Of course Chelsea is of interest to me as they are one of the most powerful teams in European football.
"They show their intent summer after summer in the transfer market and more often than not that intent will see them end the season with at least one trophy.
"What I need to consider is where I can win things and I know for sure I can win things at Chelsea.
Aguero has formed a prolific partnership with Diego Forlan at Atletico, but he is desperate to link up with the array of talent at Chelsea.
"You look at their players and you are excited about any future you may have there," he added.
"To be the strike partner of Didier Drogba is a thing many players would love to be.
"But it's not just Drogba - it's Lampard, Terry, Anelka, Essien, and maybe even Fernando Torres.
"They have quality players everywhere."