Cesc Fabregas has re-affirmed his commitment to Arsenal after further speculation that he will leave England to join Barcelona in the summer.
Fabregas has never hidden his desire to play for the Spanish champions, but has always stated that he owes Arsenal, and manager Arsene Wenger, everything for giving him his first chance in football. The midfielder was instrumental in Arsenal's 2-1 win over the Blaugrana in the Champions League on Wednesday and now the 23-year-old says he wants to focus solely on ending Arsenal's six-year wait for silverware.
"I'm showing I'm committed to this club and we want to do great things,'' Fabregas said. ''I want to continue working to improve and help us win trophies. We are still fighting in all four competitions.
"We want to win everything and go the furthest possible in all competitions. My future is the last thing on my mind."
Arsenal can end their trophy drought with a Carling Cup final win over Birmingham next Sunday, while they are in second place behind Manchester United in the league and travel to Leyton Orient in the FA Cup this weekend.
Indeed, Wenger insists that Arsenal are capable of winning the quadruple this season, claiming his team have the belief and commitment to go "to the end" in all competitions.
"We want to go far in all competitions, I've said that many times," he told Sky Sports. "How far can we go? I personally believe we can go very deep in each competition we play, to the end. It's just down to how much we believe and how much commitment we show. "I am convinced we have the hunger and we have some talent. They are all committed to doing well for this football club."