Former Ghana star Laryea Kingston has lamented on his failed dream to play for Barcelona.
The ex-Ghana Youth International who rose to prominent after overly excelling with the National team had a huge desire to play at the Camp Nou.
Kingston could only get the opportunity to play against his dream Club in a pre-season friendly during his time with Scottish side Heart of Midlothian.
According to the 39-year-old, playing for the Spanish giants would have been a crowning moments in his career.
“When I was playing in Europe, a lot of people said my style fitted Barcelona,” Laryea, currently a youth coach at Danish side Nordsjaelland told Goal.
“If I look back, I think I granted some interviews and said if I had the chance to play for Barcelona, that would be great because I wanted to play in one of the best leagues in the world and against the best players in the world.
“I managed to play against Barcelona in a pre-season game when I was playing with Heart of Midlothian in Scotland and it was a big achievement for me.
“One of my aims was to play in the Uefa Champions League. I managed to play in the Europa League with Lokomotiv Moscow against Sevilla but we all know the Champions League is bigger than the Europa League and every footballer’s ambition is to play at the highest level or compete with the best players in the world or be part of the best players in the world.
“I did my part and I am really happy with whatever achievement I had in my career.”
The former Hearts of Oak and Great Olympics man featured for the Black Stars between 2002 and 2010 and was one of the consistent players in the National team.