Barcelona full-back Dani Alves has revealed that it's a compliment to have big clubs interested in him, reports ABola.
With his future uncertain at the Nou Camp, the Brazilian ace has been linked with a number of the top clubs in Europe in recent time.
If reports are to be believed, French outfit Paris Saint-Germain are interested in the player's signature and looking to take him to France.
The Ligue 1 outfit may also have to battle Premier League duo Chelsea and Manchester City for his services, however it appears that the 30-year-old is happy in La Liga.
Despite suggesting he's complimented by the interest, the full-back has revealed that he's happy plying his trade for the Spanish giants.
Speaking to Le 10 Sport, Alves said: "Since my arrival to Barcelona that speaks of my future. To me, it's a compliment to have big clubs interested in me, it means I'm doing my job.
"But the truth is that I'm here and I see my work year after year. For a story to work, such as a relationship, it is necessary that both parties agree. Otherwise separate. At this time, I know that both parties are satisfied."
Alves will currently be gearing himself up for Barcelona's Champions League quarter-final clash with La Liga rivals Atletico Madrid tonight.
Meanwhile two of the clubs credited with interest in Alves are also set to go head-to-head in Europe's elite competition this week. Chelsea will travel to France to take on PSG and Jose Mourinho's side will be desperate to secure a positive result ahead of a return clash at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea, PSG and Barcelona will all be eyeing Champions League glory this season.