Everton loan signing Gerard Deulofeu hopes his training sessions with the likes of Lionel Messi and Andres Iniesta will help him become a hit at Goodison Park.
The highly-rated 19-year-old scored 18 goals for Barcelona B last season and made a number of substitute appearances for the first team. New Toffees boss Roberto Martinez described the player as a "diamond" of Spanish football and there is no wonder considering the calibre of player he works alongside every week.
"Obviously training at Barcelona is a fantastic experience," said the teenager, who will spend a full season at Goodison Park.
"I'm an attacking player and I can play wide. I'm quite quick, quite decent at one-on-one situations and I'm looking forward very much to helping the team.
"I am very keen to get started and am delighted to be at such a big and historic club. I follow the Premier League quite a lot. It is one of the best, if not the best league, in the world."
Martinez's capture of Deulofeu is considered something of an achievement as there were a number of other clubs interested in the youngster.
During his time at Wigan the Spaniard gained a reputation for nurturing young talent - like Manchester United's Tom Cleverley and his own player Callum McManaman last season - and Barcelona's hope is that he will do the same with their prodigy.
"I know him. He did a great job at Wigan and we have spoken on the phone and I look forward to meeting him soon," Deulofeu told evertontv.
"I'm really looking forward to meeting my new team-mates and getting started. Obviously I have got a few days' holiday coming my way because I have just finished in the (Under-20 World Cup) tournament but I can't wait to get started."