Arsenal skipper Cesc Fabregas has refused to rule out a move to Real Madrid but admitted he is ‘completely focused’ on the Gunners.
Fabregas was the subject of a big money offer from, his childhood club Barcelona last month and had reportedly made it known he wanted to rejoin the Catalan club.
However, Arsenal rejected Barca’s advances and Fabregas insisted he is happy to be an Arsenal player.
It is widely accepted, though, that Fabregas will play for Barca at some point in his career, despite reports in Spain claiming Madrid will be interested.
Fabregas confirmed Arsenal is his number one priority, though, saying: “I am completely focused, I know what I want to do and what I have to do. My mind is centered on what happens on the pitch, which I enjoy.
“If I could not play football then I may worry, but while I still can here or wherever I can say I am happy. I am at a great club, in a great team and I want to do the best and have a great year.”
Despite being a Barca fan, Fabregas has admitted he would consider a move to arch-rivals Real Madrid, who are managed by former Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho.
“I have never said that I would not want to play for Madrid or anything like that, it seems to be a great club to me,” he added.
“I have set myself other objectives, I know what I want, I know where I want to play and that's it.
'It is not that I am against Madrid or any clubs in the world but I have my desires and my objectives as a player, although I am also owned by somebody.”