Zlatan Ibrahimovic on Thursday distanced himself from reports that he was mulling a move from the La Liga champions, and expressed his desire to win more titles, dpa reported
"These are rumours," the 28-year-old Swede said of transfer reports.
"Like I said, I take it as a compliment. I am very happy that clubs are interested but I have not talked to anybody," Ibrahimovic said at a news conference in Oslo before Barcelona play a friendly against Norwegian side Valerenga.
The Sweden forward earlier this month confirmed he was ready to play for Sweden again, ending a long break.
Ibrahimovic declined to go into details of his conversations with Sweden coach Erik Hamren or recent talks with Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola but underlined his drive was "to win" and "to develop and grow as a player."
Arch rivals Real Madrid posed a "big threat" with new coach Jose Mourinho whom he described as "one of the best coaches in the world."
Mourinho - who coached Ibrahimovic when the Swede was at Inter Milwn - will try to build a winning side but "Barcelona have the best team in the world. We are here to win," the forward said.
After the friendly against Valerenga, Barcelona continue on a pre- season exhibition tour of Asia and would be further boosted by the return of seven players who won the World Cup with Spain, Ibrahimovic observed.