Alexandre Pato has admitted that although happy at AC Milan, he is a big fan of English football.
The Brazilian was bought by Milan when Carlo Ancelotti was in charge and when the Italian departed for Chelsea in the summer, Pato was linked with a move to follow his former boss.
Ancelotti has never hidden his admiration of the 20-year-old and Pato has now conceded his liking for the Premier League.
"I follow English football a lot and Ancelotti," said Pato.
"And the coach that brought me to AC Milan, is now at Chelsea and I love London."
But Pato, who signed a new long-term deal at the San Siro in September, insists he is happy with life in Italy.
"Right now I'm focused on doing well in Milan. I am very happy after two years and I have 100 per cent adapted to life in Italy," he continued.
"Playing in Milan for me meant being able to play alongside players who were idols to me as a kid. Playing alongside David Beckham - his long passes are perfect for me."
Pato also hopes to play a leading role for Brazil at this summer's World Cup finals - but he does not know if Milan team-mate Ronaldinho will be with him.
"I hope I can play. I respect the coach and his decisions, but I'm sure that if I go to the World Cup, I will contribute," continued Pato.
"Does Ronaldinho deserve the national level? Ronaldinho is a great player, but it is not up to me to make this decision. "