Arsenal skipper Cesc Fabregas insists he's happy where he is.
The gifted midfielder remains confident that the Gunners can end their six-year silverware drought, but would not be drawn over the latest Camp Nou reports when the question was inevitably raised.
The Spain international continues to be linked with a return to Barcelona, where he started his career before moving to North London as a teenager.
Fabregas said: "A player who is not frustrated at not winning titles is either lying to himself or lacks ambition.
"There is a good team and a good manager and one of the most faithful fan bases in Europe. With those I believe we can make progress and one day win an important trophy.
"I am an Arsenal player. I have been very happy for eight years and I am very happy. I am not thinking about football right now, just about my holidays.
"There have been no decisions. The truth is that it doesn't always depend on the player and at the moment I don't know anything.
"He (Wenger) is the boss, the one who makes the decisions. You should ask him. I was injured at the end of the season and I haven't seen him for about six weeks.
"I am very happy where I am. Anything else would be speculation that is untrue. You can never say never in this life as so many things happen that you can never predict."