Arsenal star Cesc Fabregas is non-committal on his club future following Spain's World Cup triumph on Sunday. The Gunners captain's value no doubt soared after he was brought on as a substitute in the late stages of Spain's decider against Holland to devastating effect.
The 23-year-old fed Andres Iniesta with a cushioned pass to set up the extra-time winner.
Fabregas, who has five years remaining on his Emirates contract, has been strongly linked with a move back to his boyhood club Barcelona, with Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger having already turned down a 35million (£30m) offer for the midfielder.
"All I can say is that this (World Cup victory) is for all the Arsenal players and fans, they are a world-class club," said Fabregas after Spain's 1-0 victory.
"I am an Arsenal player and proud to be."