Matias Vargas, dubbed 'the Argentinian Eden Hazard,' would prefer a move to Arsenal when the time comes to leave Velez Sarsfield.
The 21-year-old chipped in with 11 assists and five goals last term, and has already added two goals this season.
Comparisons to Chelsea's brilliant Belgian have attracted a host of top European clubs to register their interest.
On a television interview, Vargas was presented with a list of elite clubs, including Bayern Munich, Juventus, Liverpool, Paris Saint-Germain, and Real Madrid, before being asked which he would prefer to join.
Vargas simply responded: "The Arsenal." His affection for the Gunners comes from his father, Omar Francisco 'Mono' Vargas, a former professional footballer.
Matias Vargas starred for Argentina in September (Image: REX/Shutterstock)
Eden Hazard has emerged as the best player in the Premier League this season (Image: John Powell)
The young forward was tasked with following Arsenal as a kid growing up and would clearly like to follow in the footsteps of some of the great players under Arsene Wenger.
Beyond a big move to Europe, Vargas is determined to shine for his country on the biggest stage.
"My dream is the same as most," he told Goal.com earlier this year. "I want to play a World Cup and win it, obviously."