Bernardo Silva is enjoying life at Manchester City and is not thinking of a change of scenery, even if the interested club is Barcelona.
"I'm not thinking about Barça," he told Portuguese newspaper Record while attending the Open de Estoril to support his compatriot Joao Sousa.
"I have just signed a new deal with Manchester City and, after this season, I still have three more years there and I am very happy in Manchester."
City were knocked out of the Champions League to Tottenham last week: "It was a huge disappointment because a team that we know well beat us. For me, we are the superior team, but we complicated things in the first leg and then there was VAR in the second leg. Now we have to end the season in the best way possible and win the titles remaining."
For Silva, winning the Premier League's the main focus now. City have already won the League Cup and are in the final of the FA Cup, so a domestic treble is on the cards.
"We depend on oursselves [to win the league]," he added. "We're going to give everything, because we know what's at stake and, even though the pressure if huge, we're used to it."