Spanish outlet Cadena Ser today features a long interview with Brentford goalkeeper David Raya, who’s one of the pillars of the Bees’ good start to life in the Premier League.
With the 26-year-old standing out for a newly promoted side, there was of course questions about a potential future away from his current club.
That’s why Cadena Ser mentioned the rumours which linked him to Arsenal and Everton, and asked if he’s interested in making a ‘bigger jump’ in his career soon.
“I’m happy at the club,” Raya told Cadena Ser.
“I want to have a good season this year. We’ll see what happens in the summer. My ambitions are great, I’d like to play at the top. You always want to play for big clubs.”
Raya renewed his contract last year, at the start of the campaign which promoted them to the Premier League, and is now tied to the Bees until 2024.
The Spaniard has been featuring in English football for a long time, as he joined Blackburn Rovers back in 2012 and moved to the Community Stadium in 2019.
Now besides the rumours of interest from Arsenal, Everton, or other clubs, he’s also considered to be a possibility for the national team in the future.
“For me it’d be a dream to represent Spain. I’ve dreamed of it since I was little. If that is the case, I’m delighted. I have to keep working and competing to please Luis Enrique. Then that’s the manager’s decision.”