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Falcao only focused on Atletico

Atletico Madrid's star striker Radamel Falcao insists that he is not thinking about his future at the club and is only focused on helping his side succeed this season.

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Falcao, 26, has scored 35 goals in 45 league matches and has ensured that Diego Simeone's side are second in the Primera Division table, just three points off leaders Barcelona and eight ahead of rivals Real Madrid.

With the Madrid derby this weekend, the Colombian knows that he will be in the spotlight, but is keeping his attention firmly trained on his next opponent.

"At Atletico Madrid I have a contract for three more years and I will not at this time think about future," he told DIRECTV. "We are fighting for important things that are at stake and valuable titles. I will not lose concentration for anything in the world.

"I try to live in reality because I know that in football you have to prove yourself every day and this can change."

Falcao is being tracked by Europe's elite, with Manchester City, Chelsea and even Los Blancos following him, however the club have always stated that only an offer of €60 million would be enough to see him depart.

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