Cesc Fabregas continues to be linked to Manchester United by the English football media.
But the Barcelona midfielder insists that he does not want to leave his boyhood club, after his emotional return there from Arsenal.
By any other player’s standards, and at any other club, Cesc has enjoyed two successful seasons at the Camp Nou.
But he is on record as saying he is unsatisfied with the amount of game time he has received, and the arrival of Neymar is set to increase competition for a place in Barca’s starting line-up further.
Moving to English champions United to fill the troublesome hole at the heart of their midfield must be tempting to Fabregas, but he says that he only wants to stay and succeed at Barca for now.
"I have not opened my mouth once," Fabregas told Marca when asked if he is considering a return to the Premier League.
"It has taken a lot for me to get where I am and I am not thinking about throwing it all away for nothing.
"If they (Barcelona) said that they didn't want me that would be another thing, what I really want is to triumph at Barca, that has been my dream since I was small.
"The important thing in life is to accept the good and also bad moments when they happen.
"If they (the crowd) whistle me I have to accept it. I am the first person that knew it would be the biggest challenge of my life (to play at Barcelona). I only want to play. Barca is my home, I have always dreamed of triumphing here.
"Up until now everything has gone well. The important thing is to work and work so that you enjoy it more than you don't."