Palermo hot-shot Paulo Dybala says he "would swim" to Barcelona if Luis Enrique's side made a move for him.
The Argentine has impressed in Serie A this season, scoring 12 goals, and is attracting interest from a wide range of Europe's biggest clubs.
However, the 21-year-old has his eyes set on a move to Catalonia.
"Would I be open to a move to Barcelona? I would swim to Barcelona if they came knocking," he told Radio Belgrano.
"I wouldn't even have to change into my swimming gear. After all, I would only have to hop across the Mediterranean Sea."
Just last month Dybala confessed that he "dreams" of playing for Barça and lining up with Lionel Messi, although he also added that he would also like to play for Manchester City.
"When I play Playstation, I always choose Barcelona or Manchester City," he admitted.
"I dream to play one day with one of those clubs."
Barça's transfer priorities may lie elsewhere at the moment, but if they need a striker, they know where Dybala is.