Real Madrid attacker Gonzalo Higuain refused to talk about his future at the club, choosing instead to focus on Los Blancos' league success, describing the victory as "very special" after overcoming Barcelona.
Jose Mourinho's men beat Athletic Bilbao 3-0 in San Mames on Wednesday to secure their first title since 2007-08, and Higuain, who has been linked with a summer exit, reveled in the club's triumph as he put aside any talks about his future.
"We are happy and proud. We should enjoy this now. We’re like a family and we feel very happy. I don't want to talk about my future. I have a contract and I'm very happy here," Higuain was quoted as saying by the official Madrid website.
"Fighting for the title with Barcelona and winning it is very special because they are a great side. We have to enjoy this now after fighting for a whole season. It was an important and special match [against Athletic] and we knew we would take the title if we won."
Madrid locks horns with Granada and Mallorca in its final two Liga games this term.
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