"I really don't care about any player anywhere else", he said, knowing fans will be keen to win back the Spanish League title and indeed the Champions League, both won by their arch-rivals Real Madrid.
Brazilian Neymar has endured a hugely successful four seasons at the Camp Nou since his move from Santos in 2013.
"A player who can play in all three positions would be amazing, because playing in that position means you're always fighting for game time so the more positions you can play in, the more opportunities you'll have". "When you are in the opposition dug-out you have to try to stop him and you never have enough players on the pitch to do that".
At 25, Neymar for the first time in a long time, has listened with more interest than ever for the offers and calls that he has received from coaches and presidents.
But the Brazil international has still been the subject of transfer speculation in recent months.
During these weeks Neymar has not spoken much to please Cules.
Neymar previously joked he could leave Barcelona for a minnow in La Liga, stating: "Who knows what will happen tomorrow?"
The Parisians have been utterly adamant that their Italian midfield maestro - new Barca boss Ernesto Valverde's No.1 target - will not be allowed to leave the club, but that stance might change if Neymar moves in the opposite direction.
The new deal he signed last year, sees his current release clause standing at €200million.
Whether or not Neymar wants to strike out on his own and go for the Ballon d'Or is probably irrelevant; Barcelona holds his rights for the next 5 seasons, and there are few clubs that could give the forward a better-or even equivalent-situation. Barcelona must be alert.