Cristiano Ronaldo has insisted he's fully committed to Real Madrid this season despite the current uncertainty hanging over his future.
The Portuguese star has returned from international duty after helping Portugal to two wins in their opening two qualifying matches.
Ronaldo scored against Luxembourg in a 2-1 victory, but failed to find the net as Paulo Bento's side ran out 3-0 winners against Azerbaijan.
The 27-year-old now returns to club duty with Real Madrid, and took to his Facebook page to reaffirm his commitment to the club.
"I would like to reaffirm, without being concerned about contract, that my focus is solely on winning every game and every available trophy with the essential company of my teammates and all madridistas," said Ronaldo.
The mention of a contract hints that Ronaldo's unhappiness may stem from his desire to secure a new deal at the Bernabeu.
Speculation has been rife ever since the Portuguese international admitted he was unsettled at Madrid following his two-goal performance against Granada earlier this month.
Reports suggested he was angling for a new Real Madrid contract, while other theories focussed on a lack of support from his club for his Ballon d'Or candidacy.