Spanish manager Luis Enrique is not ruling out a return to Barcelona in the future after saying he will always be grateful to them.
In a Q&A session with fans, Enrique said when he asked about his possible return to Camp Nou: "I think I can coach anywhere I've been (before).
"I've left the doors open at all of them. My time in Barcelona was marvelous and I'll always be grateful. I am very lucky to have been in a club for so many years that gave me everything."
Apart from the dreams, Enrique revealed that his main task now was in continuing to mold his Spain squad ahead of next year's rescheduled Euros with Athletic Bilbao forward Inaki Williams among those pushing for an opportunity.
"For a player to get a call up to the national team, they must meet a series of conditions. Firstly, they have to play in their team, play well, compare their level with other players and then fit into what we want.
"Williams is a great striker and can definitely get a call-up. We call players up who can contribute and I'm delighted that new players are emerging for call ups,” he added.
Apart from Barcelona, Enrique had spells with Roma and Celta Vigo but his stint at Barca was the most successful one after winning nine trophies in three seasons.