Yaya Toure has denied that he is unhappy at Barcelona and could move away from the club, only days after his agent stated that he was displeased with the squad rotation policy of coach Pep Guardiola.
The Ivory Coast star has started only a handful of games this season after being an integral part of the treble-winning side last term. He was said to be unsettled because of his lack of pitch-time.
After being linked with Manchester City, Toure's agent, Dmitri Seluk, complained that his client was being left out of the team and questioned the club's decision to give him a new contract.
Despite that outburst, Toure has now sought to calm the speculation by claiming that he is happy at Camp Nou and is in no hurry to leave.
"My future in Barcelona is bright," he was quoted as saying by Sky Sports.
"It is good to be linked with prestigious clubs but I am fine here in Barcelona for the moment.
"I am not moving unless Barcelona accept an offer, and I know I will not play week in week out."
Lucas Brown, Goal.com