Glasgow Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos is currently joining his new look Colombia side in the USA.
He should win his first full cap in one of the friendlies against Venezuela and Argentina.
Despite signing a new four-year deal, he would still like to join an English Premier League side, which to me, makes perfect sense for Morelos and Rangers.
He has never hidden or lost his desire to move on to a bigger platform, in fact, I love the guy’s honesty.
He doesn’t have to come out and say it, but it is true and he tells it as it is – well done.
Morelos said: “I dream every day of playing in the Premier League. I want to improve in each training session so I can get there.
“Steven Gerrard has been terrific for me. It’s motivating for me to have someone like him as a manager when you look back at what he’s done in his career.
“He starts me every week and although sometimes I lose my discipline a bit when I get angry, he helps me a lot. He has helped me grow as a player and as a person.
“Last year I had a good season and I have started this one well too. I am happy with our new manager and I am enjoying life at Rangers.
“It’s because of my form at Rangers that I was called up for the national team.
“For two years now since I moved to Europe, I have dreamed and worked for this. I went to Finland with a positive attitude and that got me to Rangers.”
Morelos is having a decent start to the season with Rangers, with six goals and two assists in 13 matches, but his overall play has definitely improved under the direction of Gerrard.
If he keeps up this form, he should outdo his first season for the Ibrox club, in which he had 18 goals and eight assists in 43 games.