Samuel Eto’o is desperate to play in Barcelona’s Champions League tie with Liverpool as eyes a move to the Premiership.
The striker missed the 2-1 defeat in the first leg at Camp Nou as he was still recovering full fitness after a knee injury.
He came on as a substitute in Saturday’s 2-1 defeat at Sevilla, but is eager to start against Liverpool at Anfield on Tuesday.
“England is a sensational country for football and any time I leave that will be my destination because the Premiership is fantastic for strikers,” Eto’o told the News of the World.
“Arsenal and Chelsea have caught my attention in the last few months, although there has been no definite contact.
“Jose Mourinho is a good coach and I believe he is a fan of mine.
“But for the moment I can think only of Barcelona and have demanded of Rijkaard that he plays me against Liverpool.”
Though Barca trail from the first leg, Eto’o remains confident the holders can reach the quarter-finals.
“It’s going to be hard and we must concentrate from the first minute because we can’t afford to give them chances like we did at the Nou Camp,” her added.
“I dream of playing in the final of the Champions League again.
“I truly believe we are superior to Liverpool and I still think our moment will come in this tie.”