Cesc Fabregas has stated that he is happy at Barcelona and committed to the club, which could end any transfer speculation regarding Manchester United's hopes of signing the midfielder.
United had two bids rejected from the Spanish Giants this summer and it was reported that Moyes and United were prepared to make a club record breaking third bid for the Spanish play maker.
However, the Spaniard told BBC Sport: "Triumphing in Barcelona has been my dream since I was a child.
"I am very happy at Barcelona and I haven't spoken to any other club in the last two years."
Fabregas joined Barcelona as a youngster before making a move to north London club Arsenal in 2003 where he became Arsenal's youngest ever player to feature back in October 2003 in a cup game against Rotherham United.
Fabregas returned to the Nou Camp back in August 2011 where he signed a five year contract with his boyhood club.
Last season Cesc started 30 of Barcelona's 38 league games but was substituted on 16 occasions, while in the Champions League he was in the starting line-up for only half of the games.
Rumours that Fabregas wanted a return to the Premier League started early on in the summer but the Spanish born midfielder said: ''Stories have been invented. I was never given any sign from the club to make me think they didn't want me, I have always felt wanted here."
Fabregas knows that he will have to work very hard for a place in the team next season, the new Barca boss Martino has made that clear to him but the Spaniard wants to stay and fight for a place in the team he loves.
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