The France international guaranteed that his knee problems are behind him and admitted that he is eager to play again after several months on the sidelinesMathieu Flamini has given a strong indication that he could leave AC Milan at the end of the season.
The 28-year-old midfielder has yet to feature for the Rossoneri in 2011-12 after sustaining a knee ligament in injury in August, which kept him out of action for several months.
The former Arsenal midfielder, who joined the Giuseppe Meazza outfit in 2008, insists that he is fully fit and admits to being in the dark as to why he has been deemed surplus to requirements by coach Massimiliano Allegri.
"I am fine, that is what I wanted everyone to know," Flamini told Corriere della Sera. "I feel just fine and I have been training at 100 per cent with the rest of the squad for a couple of months.
"The story about my knee injury is old. If I am not playing, it is not because of my knee, but because of the choices of the coach, who I respect.
"But I want everyone to know this: I am not broken. No one at the club has given me an explanation.
"Allegri? I do not talk to him much. What I know is that I am at 100 per cent and that I cannot play because the coach is making other choices."
Questioned about his future at San Siro, Flamini said: "I want to play in the Champions League and play at a big club.
"I want to play."
Flamini's contract at Milanello expires this summer, leaving the midfielder facing an uncertain few months.