Barcelona forward Pedro has reiterated his happiness at the Catalan club although he will revaluate his position at the end of the season, as reported by football-Espana.

The Spanish international has been in and out of the Barcelona side this season with new boy Neymar filling his position, but a January move away from Barcelona is not even in his head.

The 26 year old has spent his entire career at the Nou Camp, working his way up through the youth and B teams so is reluctant to leave his boyhood club.

However the winger has revealed that he won’t just sit on the bench and let the season go by, so a summer move may still be on the horizon even if Liverpool’s approach this winter is knocked back.

“I am happy with Barcelona, but things have to be evaluated every season,” Pedro said.

“My goal is to try and stay at this club where I feel very valued and loved.

“When you play less you do not feel less important, but it is true that you notice playing fewer minutes and it is different.

“But I must fight for my only goal, which is to continue with Barca.”

 

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