Dani Alves focuses on Barcelona despite interest from English clubs
Despite speculation that clubs across Europe are chasing his signature, the Brazilian is fully focussed on bringing silverware to the Nou Camp this year.
Dani Alves has spent the last six years at Barcelona, helping them to 16 major titles.
With his current contract set to expire in 2015, however, he is facing an uncertain future. The Catalan giants are likely to want to cash in on the player rather than lose him for free in a year’s time.
Chelsea, Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain have all been heavily linked with the 30-year-old, but Alves maintains that he is not looking past the end of the season as Barcelona once again find themselves challenging for domestic and European honours.
"We've been talking about my future at the club since the year I arrived," he told Le 10 Sport.
"I live in the moment, I take every year as it comes."
"For me, it's a compliment that some big teams are interested in me, that means I'm doing my job. But the truth is that I am here, I see my job as very intense every year."
"I think for a story to work, both parties must agree, a bit like in a relationship. Otherwise, it separates. At present, I know that both parties are satisfied," completed the £15m rated player.