Cesc Fabregas has insisted he dreams of ending his career with Barcelona, but accepts it will all be down to him if that is to happen.
“It would be a dream come true for me to retire at Barcelona but I know I’ll have to work very hard for it. It’s a dream come true to play here and it means the world to me,” said Fabregas during a question and answer session on Facebook.
The former Arsenal man revealed that under current Barca Coach Tata Martino he had learned about “honesty and hard work”, whilst he was also asked to compare Martino with former boss Pep Guardiola.
“Both are great coaches and I’ve learned a lot from them,” he replied.
Fabregas went on to say that the greatest moments of his career were “probably when we won the World Cup, as well as the trophies I’ve managed to win with Barca”, before identifying his penalty shoot-out spot-kicks against Portugal and Italy in the European Championships as the most special goals he has scored.
However, he believes his best strike “came against Milan in the San Siro when I was with Arsenal”.