Spanish star Cesc Fabregas admitted that he is desperate to join Catlan giants Barcelona but added that his future as an Arsenal player will be determined by manager Arsene Wenger.
Fabregas is frustrated with Arsenal after another trophyless season at the Emirates.
"Barcelona are the best team in the world and going there guarantees titles. Any player who says he is not frustrated at not winning titles is lying. I am ambitious. But I owe myself to Arsenal. I have not spoken to the manager - he is the boss, he takes decisions and I don't know if they want to sell me or not," the Arsenal captain was quoted as saying by The Guardian.
"Everyone sees things in a different way but in these decisions, not everything depends on the player. I am not going to talk about any team but I can't say no to anyone because you never know what could happen in the future. If I said anything else it would be a lie, it would give rise to speculation that is not true.
"I have values and after all that I have lived in eight years I am not going to say a word that would ruin everything. I have always acted with discretion. I am very happy at Arsenal."
The daily reported that the Spaniard signed a five-year deal last year worth around 110,000 pounds a week which suggests any fee for a player who, despite having already won the European Championship and World Cup, may approach his peak over the coming five years could be more than 50 million pound.
The rumour in Camp Nou is that Arsenal might accept a sizeable fee plus two or three players from the Barcelona's La Masia academy where Fabregas developed.