Justin Kluivert wants to follow in his father Patrick's footsteps and play for Barcelona, describing it as a "dream move".
The winger graduated from the Ajax academy and made his debut for the Dutch club aged 17 - just as his father did - in January 2017. He has gone on to score 10 goals in 29 appearances.
Kluivert has reportedly been the subject of interest from numerous Premier League sides, including Manchester United, and although he admits he would be keen on a move to another club, his foremost desire is to play for Barcelona.
"My dream club? Barcelona. That is my dream club," he told Goal, speaking when presented with the NxGn award.
"To follow in my father's footsteps? Yes. That is my dream club in the end. I would not mind going elsewhere, but Barcelona is the dream."
The 18-year-old made his international debut for the Netherlands as a late substitute during Monday's 3-0 win over reigning European champions Portugal, replacing Memphis Depay.