It was reported this week City intend to offer Tevez a new contract to prevent the striker leaving for free when his current deal expires in 18 months.
But the Argentinean admits the desire to return to his first club always exists, especially with the current manager in place.
He told ESPN's Sportscenter: "The will to return to Boca always exists, even more so with Bianchi as a manager.
"I would like to wear the shirt of the team I love again."
He also feels at present there are better strikers than him for the Argentine national team.
"Nowadays the Argentine national team have better strikers than me," he said. "A person must have the greatness to say the national team doesn't need him anymore.
"There are players nowadays that are a level above."