Legendary Barcelona and Spain midfielder Andres Iniesta may appear to have achieved everything in the game.
He’s won the Champions League on four times, the Treble twice — and scored the most famous goal in Spanish football history with the 116th minute winner in the 2010 World Cup final.
However, Iniesta has revealed which goalkeeper, defender, midfielder and striker he would most have wanted to share a changing room with — and the list includes a former Manchester United and fellow one-club man.
Speaking to Barcelona’s official website, he explained: “In goal, I would say Peter Schmeichel, because I think of him as one of the greatest in history.
“When I was younger, I was drawn to his physical power and incredible saves.
“I would have loved to play with him.
“In defence, I would say Paolo Maldini for everything he has represented for Italy, his club and throughout his whole life.
“His journey, the trophies he’s won, his way of doing things — I would have loved to share a a changing room with him.”
For midfield and attack, Iniesta has plumped for two former Barcelona players.
A former Premier League manager and a direct rival during the early part of the Spaniard’s career.
He added: “Michael Laudrup is my midfielder because he is one of my idols.
“It would have been incredible to play with him — even for a second.
“His was of playing, of doing things, his style, his class.
“And I would have loved Ronaldo in attack as I believe him to be one of the best in the world.
“In 1996, when I was at Barcelona, it was the year he arrived at the club and he left me in awe.
“He impressed the whole world and later won many, many things.
“He was the difference in every team he played for.”