The Spain international star says that it is a privilege to be linked to other clubs but reiterates his desire to continue winning silverware with the Catalan giants
Reports have suggested that les Parisiens had tabled an offer of €40 million (£34.5m) for the Spain international, who has a contract at Camp Nou until June 2016.
Blaugrana president Sandro Rosell has since denied those rumours but Pedro revealed that he is flattered by the speculation, while committing his future to Barcelona.
The 26-year-old told Marca: "I'm only thinking of triumphing at Barcelona but it is an honour that other clubs look at you."
The Spain international has netted 70 times in 214 appearances for the Catalans in his five-year stint since making his debut for the first team.