Bellerin has been subject to interest from Barcelona in recent months, despite only signing a new long-term deal with Arsenal back in November.
The 22-year-old left the Barcelona academy in 2011 to join Arsenal where he has now established himself as one of the best right-backs in the Premier League.
But when Bellerin was asked whether he has thought about moving back to the La Liga giants, he refused to rule out a move in the future.
Hector Bellerin refused to rule out a move to Barcelona
Bellerin grew up in the Barcelona academy
“It’s nice there are a lot of big clubs that are interested in me, but if one of those is Barcelona that’s special," Bellerin told SPORT.
"I don’t forget I grew up in that home and I will never forget my stay at Barcelona.
"I left Barcelona because I felt the club was not confident in me, I didn’t feel valued, disenchanted.”
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Bellerin also revealed what it was like growing up in the era of Ronaldinho at Barcelona
Bellerin went on to discuss what it was like coming through the Barcelona ranks.
“I am from the generation of Ronaldinho, I played a lot on the wing and Ronaldinho brought us the magic back.
"There are players who have marked me, one of them is Ronaldinho, another is Giuly, for his speed, directness and I will never forget once I took a masterclass with Giuly.”