Robert Lewandowski is ignoring all talk of a move to Real Madrid and is focusing all of his energy on Bayern Munich.
The Polish striker, 29, has been close to a transfer to the Bernabeu in the past — and recent reports suggest he has told the Bundesliga giants to let him join Los Blancos.
However, he insists he is only focused on delivering success to his current employers.
He told Kicker: “If I were to think about the Real speculation as a Bayern player, it wouldn’t be good for me because it would mean I wasn’t focused on my job here.
“I’m a Bayern player and want to give everything for them. That comes first for me.”
Lewandowski has been in stunning form this term, netting 32 goals in 36 games as the Barvarians look set to win a sixth Bundesliga title in a row.
Second-place Borussia Dortmund sit a whopping 19 points off.
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But Lewandowski is desperate to win the Champions League for the first time in his career.
Bayern welcome Besiktas to the Allianz Arena for the first leg of their last-16 clash on Wednesday.
Lewandowski lost in the 2013 final for Dortmund against the Bavarians — and has been a beaten semi-finalist on two occasions since making the move.