Ajax goalkeeper Andre Onana and attacker Quincy Promes will not rule out a move to the Premier League in future.
The two players starred for the Amsterdam-based side on Tuesday night against Chelsea in the Champions League and left Stamford Bridge with a point in a 4-4 pulsating draw.
The two have now revealed that they were impressed with the Chelsea team, but were disappointed to have left without a win having led 4-1 before two red-cards aided the hosts to claw back and force a draw.
"I think we are disappointed but when you see the bigger picture it is good to leave with a point here," Onana said.
"It was not easy. It was not easy at all. We fought to the end and it was really important for us not to lose. We did it and I am really proud of the guys.
“It is my job [to make saves], I think we way fought together, it is not easy to run up and down with nine men.”
He further admitted he would be interested in a move to the Premier League, but is concentrating on his game at Ajax for now.
"It's always important for me to move on," he said. "I am not going to stay here forever but now I am focused, so let's keep it this way."
His teammate, Promes, who scored a brace at Stamford Bridge, did not rule out a move to one of the world's most-followed League either, indicating he would grab such an opportunity.
"To me, if I have a chance maybe in the future," he said.
The two sides, Chelsea and Ajax are atop their group on seven points alongside Valencia, with two rounds of matches remaining.