Brazil international and Orlando City captain Kaka says former teammates have attempted to lure him to the Premier League, with Arsenal and Chelsea both mentioned as potential destinations for the 32-year-old.
Formerly the world's most expensive player, Kaka is currently applying his trade with newly formed Major League Soccer side Orlando and scored the club's first competitive goal in the draw with New York City on 8 March.
The 2007 Ballon d'Or winner was once considered one of the game's finest players during spells at AC Milan and Real Madrid and admits that former teammates Mesut Ozil, currently of Arsenal, and Chelsea midfielder Oscar have urged him to move to the Premier League.
"They joke with me saying, 'Come and play for Chelsea or Arsenal' but I am so happy here in Orlando," he told The Daily Mail.
Both Arsenal and Chelsea have previously been linked with a move for Kaka as recently as 2011 but neither were able to seduce the player into moving to English shores where many of his fellow countryman have thrived.
A winner of 12 major honours during his career, including the World Cup in 2002, three of Kaka's four seasons at Real Madrid were under current Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho.
The Sao Paulo star won the La Liga title and the Copa del Rey during Mourinho's spell at the club and admits the Portuguese tactician is the best in the business and says it was a pleasure to work under his guidance.
"His ambition for victory sets Mourinho apart," Kaka said of the Blues boss. "He wants to win every game, so he prepares all the smallest details; in training, at the game, everything. I loved to work with him.
"He tries everything to extract the best from the players, to push them. This is what he can do better than anyone else. I am so pleased to have had the opportunity to work with Mourinho, he is one of the best coaches in the world."