Arsenal midfielder Cesc Fabregas insists his future has yet to be decided, even though he is aware a move to Barcelona would guarantee success after a failure to land trophies with the Gunners in recent seasons.
The 24-year-old Spain international has been repeatedly linked with the Spanish giants, but insists he has not spoken to Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger about a possible move this summer.
"I haven't spoken to the boss," said Fabregas, speaking at a promotional event in Madrid. "He is the one who makes the decisions and I don't know if they want to sell me or not."
He added: "I have my values and after everything I have experienced with the team for eight years, I'm not going to say something that could ruin everything. I have always acted with discretion."
Last summer, the Arsenal captain openly admitted his wish to rejoin Barca, the club where he grew into a promising teenager before leaving in 2003.
"Last year was hard. I came out and gave my position and maybe I was wrong to do so," he said.
Nevertheless, the midfielder voiced his admiration for Pep Guardiola's side.
"Barca are the best team in the world and going there guarantees winning titles. Any player who says they are not frustrated by not winning titles is lying; I'm ambitious," he said.
However, Fabregas says a move would depend on other factors.
"Everyone has their way of interpreting things, but in these decisions not everything depends on the player. To say anything else would be to lie and give way to speculations that aren't true," he said.