Pedri plans to stay at Barcelona for several years to come, but has not ruled out a move to the Premier League.
The 20-year-old has been a discovery since his first-team appearance, becoming a key player for league leaders Barcelona.
Pedri won FIFA's Young Player of the Year award in Europe in 2021 and quickly booked his place in the national team.
The player has a contract with Barcelona until 2026 and has no intention of leaving at the moment, but has indicated that he could play outside Barcelona later in his career.
When asked about the possibility of playing in England, Pedri replied – according to the Spanish newspaper "Marca" – that "at the moment, no. I'm in Barcelona and I hope to stay here for more years."
"I love La Liga, but you should never rule anything out."
He will miss the team's Euro 2024 qualifiers against Norway and Scotland with a hamstring injury, but is looking forward to a new era under Luis de la Fuente.
Pedri played under De la Fuente in the Under-21s at the Tokyo Olympics and believes the new coach will succeed.
"This coach is a person who takes a chance, loves to work on the things he believes in, and I think we're going to do a good job," he explained.
"All the coaches who coach the national team try to rely on the way you have the ball and play, because of the style of the players we have, and I think that will not change much," Pedri concluded.