Adil Rami has shrugged off the fact he has yet to agree a new contract with Valencia, insisting that money and moving are not items on the agenda.
The 27-year-old is currently in talks with the club over renewing his current contract that otherwise expires in June 2015.
Facing the Press this week, he was taken to task on whether the delay in finalising an agreement is because he is looking to leave.
“I am happy in Valencia. The important thing for me is to play and to be a starter,” reflected Rami.
“Money does not matter at this point in my life. I was a mechanic and now I am living my dream. I’m not looking for money right now.
“I am very happy here and I have two years remaining on my contract. I do not know if I will renew, but in my head I have that.
“Valencia’s financial uncertainty? The problem for me is in the field. What happens to the club does not bother me much. I play with my heart.”
The Frenchman was talking ahead of Los Che’s weekend clash at home to Real Betis.
“We must beat them as they are a team above us. We are at the end of the season and now we are playing a lot of finals.”