Last Updated: Fri, 23 Nov 2012 10:36
Lionel Messi says he is not worried about his future at Barcelona and insists his focus is on trying to win the Champions League again.
The Argentina international is arguably football's biggest star and, as such, Barca face a constant fight to keep hold of the 25-year-old, with teams from around the world ready to break the bank for the forward.
Despite potentially lucrative moves away from the Nou Camp on offer, Messi seems content at Barcelona and is just focused on trying to win more silverware with the Blaugrana - in particular the Champions League.
"My contract isn't a worry, I've already repeated that a number of times. I know what I want. The Champions League is a goal for me. We know it's difficult because it is a competition that has all the best teams in it, but we'll do our best to win it", he told EA Sports.
The two-time world player of the year went on to speak about his relationship with team mate David Villa, which has reportedly turned sour this season.
Messi was coy on the matter but seemed unconcerned by the rumours of a falling out with the Spanish hitman.
"I've got nothing to say," the Argentine retorted. "I don't have to explain anything to anybody, people can think what they like," he added.
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