Fabregas ruled out a move away from Camp Nou while at the Confederations Cup in June but kept silent after United made its interest in him official, prompting speculation that he was in favour of a transfer.
But speaking in a press conference today, the midfielder said: "Triumphing in
"I am very happy at Barcelona and I haven't spoken to any other club in the last two years."
Fabregas also defended not making a statement on his future in the midst of speculation about United's interest.
"I've been relaxed about it the whole time, I didn't have to clarify anything because the only thing I was thinking about was staying at Barca," he said.
"As I haven't deceived anyone or hidden anything, I told the club's press department that I would speak when it was my turn to speak to the press."
And he insisted there was never any truth in the speculation about him wanting a return to the Premier League.
"Stories have been invented," he said. "I don't know why speculation grew even after Tito (Vilanova, former Barca coach), Zubizarreta, Tata (
"I was never given any sign from the club to make me think they didn't want me, I have always felt wanted here. I spoke to Bartomeu, the president (
Fabregas also denied that he had requested a new contract from the Catalan club and promised to try and improve his performances for Barca next season.
"What I have to do is do everything better because I'm at the biggest and most demanding club in the world," he said.
Former Argentina coach Cesar Luis Menotti believes Lionel Messi can star at the World Cup like countryman Diego Maradona in 1986 but his form in Brazil "will depend a lot on the team."