Cesc Fabregas is the most talked about footballer of the moment, with his signature likely to be key in next year's Premier League title race.
He is widely tipped to leave Barcelona at the end of the current season, but has so far kept a dignified silence with regard to the rumours.
On Wednesday he addressed the media, but failed to shed any light upon or acknowledge his future.
He instead devoted his time to discussing the World Cup, for which he is currently training with Spain.
He said as quoted by Mundo Deportivo: "I dream of scoring the winning goal in the final of the World Cup. You have to be at your best level since in this competition anything can happen."
The central midfielder already knows what it is like to win the World Cup, with his Barcelona teammate Andres Iniesta netting the winner in 2010 past Holland.
Spain face a tricky group with Holland, Chile, and Australia, with the runner-up likely to play Brazil in the second round.
If the central midfielder is aiming to put off a decision on his future until after the tournament, he will have to hope Spain progress into the late stages to delay that until July.
Any questions over his future were clearly dodged, with Fabregas quoted in the MD report on the World Cup only.
Chelsea are the side most strongly linked with his signature, but former club Arsenal and Manchester United are in the mix too.
Gunner Santi Cazorla urged him to re-join the Gunners yesterday, but it appears for now at least, the midfielder's attention is likely to focus on Spain for the near future, unless he signifies otherwise.
The same paper quoted teammate Gerard Pique, who did comment on his teammate's future, stating that he felt Cesc is undervalued by Barcelona:
"Cesc has never been sufficiently evaluated in Barcelona. He is not valued as he deserves (to be). Cesc would work in any club in the world, but this club is very complicated."