Fabregas focused on Arsenal

MADRID - Cesc Fabregas is happy at Arsenal and feels he still has much to achieve with the Premier League club once he recovers from a hamstring problem that will keep him out for up to three weeks.

The Spain midfielder, who scored twice before limping out of Arsenal's 3-0 win over Aston Villa on Sunday, has been linked with a move to Real Madrid or Barcelona but says he is focused on his recovery and helping the London club win trophies.

"There has been talk about (Real and Barca) since the summer and the only thing I am doing is thinking about my club, Arsenal, and seeing how I can help my team mates," the Arsenal captain told Marca in an interview published on Tuesday.

"The only thing that concerns me right now is this injury," he added. "I want to get over this little muscle problem I have at the moment as soon as possible."

Fabregas, his club's top scorer with 12 goals, said Arsenal were well placed to win trophies this season and had a number of key matches coming up that would help them cement their place near the top of the table.

"I have a cool head, I am very happy at Arsenal and in England and there is still a lot for me to do," he said.

"That's all I can say to you. I am not thinking about anything else. I am very content and have a good deal still to do in the Premier League."