Luis Suarez says he would be open to a return to Ajax at the end of his career, although ideally, he would remain with Barcelona if they want him.
The 29-year-old Uruguay international has been a scoring sensation since his time in the Eredivisie where he netted 111 times in 158 games for the Amsterdam club.
His record at Liverpool, after a £22.8 million switch, was equally impressive, as he scored 82 goals in 133 games, prompting Barcelona to splash £64.98 million to take him to the Nou Camp.
And he hasn't disappointed with a ridiculous goalscoring return of 94 strikes from 109 games played.
Luis Suarez: "I've earned all the awards I've been given. The Ballon d'Or works around marketing so I don't have a chance." pic.twitter.com/uwWSC2VgNH
— Footy Jokes (@Footy_Jokes) October 25, 2016
Despite being overlooked at the La Liga awards for the 2015-16 season, at a glittering ceremony on Monday night, Suarez's stock continues to rise, having already claimed the Golden Shoe for scoring the most goals in La Liga last season.
Ruling out a return to Liverpool, Suarez said: "Obviously I would like to return to Ajax some day.
"It would just be a thank you. It is thanks to that club that made me famous in Europe."
After picking up the award in May, he told De Telegraaf: "All my dreams came true in Barcelona.
"I hope to be able to stay here the rest of my career but to do that I’ll have to keep playing forever at the highest level."
— Luis Suarez (@LuisSuarez9) October 22, 2016