Alvaro Morata hopes he is improving in attack after scoring in Spain's win against South Korea on Wednesday.
The Spaniard, who scored a brace as Vincente Del Bosque's side thrashed South Korea 6-1 in Salzburg, is fully focused on International duties ahead of Euro 2016 and said he's paying no attention to his future at club level.
"I said what player would not want to play in Madrid, but I have seen other things I have not said," Morata told Cuatro.
"I'm focused on the Euros and what happens, happens."
According to widespread reports, the 11-time European champions Real Madrid could exercise a buy-back clause in Morata's Juve contract, and the striker is also linked with the likes of Arsenal and Manchester United in the Premier League.
"The important thing is that we understand each other better and better, it does not matter who scores," he added.
"We are a team. We are gathering rhythm, preparing for the Euro and to be at the highest level.
"I am just one part of this team. It has been a pretty tough year for me. I cannot be content with just being here, I want to play."