Fabregas denies Barca unrest
Barcelona star Cesc Fabregas has again rubbished suggestions he wants to quit the Spanish giants.
Ex-Arsenal captain Fabregas has not always been an automatic pick for the Catalan side as he battles a host of star names for a starting XI place.
But the 25-year-old, who has started all four of Barcelona's Primera Division matches this season, insists he is still up for the fight.
"I said when I signed here that it was going to be the most exciting and difficult challenge of my life," he told The Sun. "I knew I was coming here to compete for a place against the best players in the world.
"But I like big challenges. If I didn't, I would have stayed at Arsenal where I was the captain, where I played every game and where I was treated so well.
"I would never have taken the big step and the huge risk to sign for Barca and fight with the best players in the world for a place in the team - especially as there were never any guarantees given that I would play.
"I have a big heart, I have a strong character and I have the courage to carry on competing for my place."