On Wednesday night in Spain, Luis Suarez was presented with the Golden Shoe for his goalscoring exploits in the Premier League last season with Liverpool.
Reds icon Kenny Dalglish flew out to present the award to a player ranked third most expensive in the world following his big money move to Barcelona this in July.
Suarez is stil to make his competitive debut for the Catalans after his four-month ban for biting Giorgio Chiellini in the World Cup.
However, goalscoring friendly appearances for both Barca and Uruguay this week has seen the forward declare himself match fit for the impending El Clasico later this month, the first game he can play.
Dalglish was the man who brought the Uruguayan to Liverpool from Ajax for £22.8 million, with the attacker sharing the rank of top goalscorer in Europe with Real star Cristiano Ronaldo in 2013-14.
And the 27-year-old looked delighted to receive the award from his former boss after his astonishing final season for the Merseyside club, and the £75 million man was quick to pay tribute to his former teammates for their role in helping Suarez earn what he described as a move to "his dream club."
“What a beautiful moment [this is]," the Barcelona striker said.
“I am almost ready to get back to playing. I always do the same thing – have fun and do my best. It would be something special to make my debut against Madrid.
“Making my debut for Barca in the Bernabeu is special. I feel good after the two friendlies and I am at 100 per cent.
"I joined the club I always wanted to play at, I thank Barça for fulfilling my dream.
"I wouldn't have won this trophy if it wasn't for the teammates."