I am happy at Barcelona, insists Fabregas

The Spanish midfielder has insisted he is enjoying his time at Camp Nou, despite failing to secure a starting berth under Tito Vilanova
Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas has refuted suggestions that he is unhappy at Barcelona, despite finding his first-team chances hard to come by.

The Spaniard has been unconvincing during Tito Vinalova's short reign, failing to complete the full 90 minutes in victories over Osasuna and Valencia while featuring for just 10 minutes in the Catalans' two-legged Supercopa defeat to Real Madrid.

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The former Arsenal skipper had admitted that he would ideally have more playing time for the club, but insists that he is completely satisfied with life at Camp Nou.

"Good morning, I would like to avoid any misunderstandings. I feel well, very happy with the club and I feel extremely supported by fans and the team," the playmaker wrote on his Twitter page.

"I just think about working and giving the best for the club and myself. Happy Saturday."

The Catalan is currently on international duty with the Spain squad, and started in La Roja's recent 5-0 trashing of Saudi Arabia.

Vicente del Bosque's world and European champions take on Georgia on Tuesday as they start on their path to Brazil 2014.