Valencia playmaker David Silva has admitted he is flattered by Real Madrid's reported interest in his signature.
Real are said to be eyeing an offer for Silva, while Liverpool continue to be linked with an approach.
Los Che are struggling for finances and it is suggested Silva and his Spanish compatriot David Villa are set for exits this summer.
Silva, though, has stressed he remains committed to Valencia, despite Real's alleged overtures.
"I don't know anything about what happened because I was at home in the Canaries and I still haven't talked to my agents," he said. "But Valencia should be calm.
"That a team like Real Madrid are interested is good for Valencia and for me.
"At the moment I am focused on the national team, I hope everything works out well.
"It's flattering that a team like Real Madrid are interested but at the moment I am at Valencia."