Chelsea starlet Wallace admits his Real Madrid dream. (Reuters)

Chelsea's Brazilian starlet Wallace is already harbouring desires of leaving the club for Real Madrid, where he can fulfil his dream of playing alongside Cristiano Ronaldo.

The 19-year-old full back completed his move to Chelsea this summer after the Blues struck a deal with Brazilian outfit Fluminense last December, but is yet to make a competitive appearance for the club having been sent out on a season long loan with Inter Milan.

Having made his senior debut at the age of just 17, the Brazil Under-20 international is no stranger to attracting admirers and admits it is a dream of his to one day play at the Bernabeu.

"I want to play for Real Madrid in the future," Wallace was quoted as saying by Globe Esporte. "They are the team of my dreams since I was little and I would like to play with Cristiano Ronaldo."

"But I don't intend to go to Real Madrid now. I am still very young and I'll stay in Europe for a long time. I am playing for a big club. I want to stay here or return to Chelsea as I liked them a lot."

Having agreed to join Chelsea prior to Jose Mourinho's return as Chelsea manager, it remains to be seen what role the Brazilian has in the manager's long term plans at Stamford Bridge.

But the teen has paid to tribute to the influence Mourinho has already had on him during his fleeting meetings with the manager over the summer before making his switch to Serie A.

"I like Mourinho a lot as he is, in my opinion, one of the best in the world," Wallace added.

"People told me that Mourinho is grumpy and that he doesn't like Brazilians, but when you know him personally, he captivates you.

"He tries to help everyone during the short time I was there. He praised me, increased my confidence and talked a lot with me."

Wallace joined Chelsea's growing Brazilian contingent at Stamford Bridge which already includes David Luiz, Ramires, Oscar, Willian and Lucas Piazon, the latter who is on a loan spell of his own this season with Vitesse Arnhem.