Asmir Begovic was asked to pick the one Premier League player he would bring to Chelsea if he had the choice.
As one of the strongest football leagues in the world, the goalkeeper had a smorgasbord of talent to choose from, ranging from Arsenal's classy Mesut Ozil to Tottenham's clinical Harry Kane.
He could have also chosen Manchester United's living legend Wayne Rooney or the newly crowned PFA Player of the Year Riyad Mahrez, but opted for another breakthrough star of the season: Dimitri Payet.
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West Ham's new hero only arrived on these shores last summer but has burst onto the scene, displaying a fantastic range of skills, most notably his incredible ability from set-pieces.
The France international was nominated alongside Mahrez for the individual award and was also named in the PFA Team of the Year beating Ozil to a place in midfield.
'A Fantastic Talent'
Now, he has been given a big compliment from the Bosnian shot-stopper, who says he would see Chelsea sign Payet than any other player in the division.
“I would go for Dimitri Payet at West Ham," he told Sky Sports' Fantasy Football Club. “He’s a fantastic player, a fantastic talent, he’s someone who I’d like to sign, possibly.”
Of course, a move from West Ham to Chelsea would be extremely hard to negotiate and it is very unlikely Payet would leave for the Hammers' cross-London rivals anytime soon.
Not only are West Ham likely to compete in the Europa League next season, but they will do so in the stunning Olympic Stadium. The 29-year-old will be given the chance to play in front of 60,000 fans in a world-class arena.
Despite only signing last summer, Payet also committed to a new five-year deal in February, bumping up his wage to £125,000-a-week and tying his future to east London for possibly the rest of his career.
Light up the stadium
In a recent interview with Sky Sports pundit Thierry Henry, Payet confirmed his plans to see West Ham into this new era.
Asked if he could see himself at the club in three years time, Payet said: "Yes, because I never could have imagined experiencing a year quite like this one. Things are going well and I'm enjoying it.
"The team is good, we have a great coach and the fans are amazing, so I want to go far with this club because I'm in this position thanks to them offering the best possible conditions for me to express myself on the pitch."
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