Juan Mata is unconcerned about talk of a summer move and stated that he wants to win trophies with Valencia next season.
The versatile attacker has been in fine form in 2011 and helped Valencia seal third spot in La Liga before guiding Spain to the European Under-21 Championship title in Denmark earlier this month.
The 23-year-old has been repeatedly linked with Liverpool in recent weeks, but Arsenal and Barcelona have also been touted as suitors for the World Cup winner this summer.
However, the player appears intent to stay with his current side for the foreseeable future.
"I have some time off now until I join the team again on July 17. I am not thinking about anything else. I have a contract until the summer of 2015," Mata was quoted as saying by Superdeporte.
"I want to win many more trophies and the next title should be one with Valencia next season. We have already made some very good signings with [Adil] Rami, [Dani] Parejo and [Diego] Alves."
Although Mata has an ongoing contract with Valencia and is keen to stay put, the Mestalla side could decide to cash in on the attacker to reduce their debts.