Wolves captain Ruben Neves said it is a “privilege” to be linked with Barcelona as any player in the world would want to join the Catalan giants.
Neves is reportedly a target for Barca after catching the eye with some outstanding displays for Wolves and Portugal.
The midfielder has been a revelation since arriving at Molineux from Porto in 2017, helping the club win promotion and establish themselves in the Premier League.
Neves, who is under contract until 2024, expressed his pride that the Blaugrana could be keen to lure him to Camp Nou.
He told Portuguese broadcaster Canal 11: “Who wouldn’t want to try Barcelona? I think it’s a common question for all players.
“It’s one of the biggest clubs in the world. Of course, it’s always a privilege for me to be associated with clubs of this calibre.”
However, the 25-year-old says he is focused on turning Wolves’ fortunes around after a poor start to the season resulted in head coach Bruno Lage being sacked this month.
He added: “I’m going to do my job here and I’m sure I have people working with me. I trust these people a lot for these situations.
“I have to focus as much as I can on Wolves. Having a good time here, things will come naturally.”