The summer signing of Neymar will increase competition for places at Camp Nou, but speaking in Brazil ahead of Spain's Confederations Cup opener against Uruguay on Sunday, the 25-year-old made clear his intention to stay and fight for his place in Tito Vilanova's team.
"There is nothing at the moment, I am calm," said Pedro. "I trust this club, my team-mates and I hope to stay for a long time."
Having been with the Catalan club since the age of 17, the Spain international has established himself as a key cog in the Barcelona side, and made 40 appearances - scoring seven goals - in 2012/13.
And, even with Vilanova strengthening his options in wide areas with the high-profile capture of Brazilian sensation Neymar, Pedro is confident he still has a bright future at Barcelona.
Asked about his new team-mate, who he could end up facing in the Confederations Cup, the wide-man welcomed the former Santos star to Barcelona, adding that he is looking forward to playing alongside him next season.
"[Neymar] is one of the best players in the world nowadays and as I have always said, the best deserve to be at Barcelona.
"It will be a pleasure to have him with us and I hope he can show all of his talent."