Barcelona striker Luis Suarez is full of pride over his time at the Nou Camp.
Suarez was speaking after recently passing five years with the club and he reflected on how much he always wanted to play for the Blaugrana.
"The other day, whilst I was looking at photos with my wife, we found one from 2004 in which we were in Barcelona on vacation and I stood next to a giant image of Ronaldinho," Suarez recalled.
"For me, then, playing at Barcelona was something very distant.
"Having arrived at Barcelona and having achieved what I have achieved, both at a personal and team level, is something I never imagined."
He added: "I'm proud to be in the top five scorers at the best club in the world, a club that has so much history," he said.
"When I arrived at Barcelona, I fulfilled a dream.
"I wanted to enjoy being with my teammates, but I didn't even think I would get to this level.
"I've been scoring goals consistently and I was the top scorer in the 2015/16 season.
"It's true that, little by little, you approach historical scorers.
"You have to give value to the goals, because they are not easy.
"Neither for [Laszlo] Kubala, nor for [Josep] Samitier, nor for Lionel [Messi], nor for me.
"I've scored 185 and it's difficult to choose a best one.
"Of the recent ones, I remember especially last season at the Camp Nou in the league against Atletico Madrid.
"Scoring them at the Camp Nou also makes them feel special."