Barcelona's Marc Bartra keen to keep learning

FC Barcelona's Marc Bartra before the match against Celtic on November 7, 2012
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Marc Bartra insists that he would remain optimistic about his Barcelona future even if the club sign a new centre-back.

Barcelona centre-back Marc Bartra insists that he will not leave the club if they bring in a new defender in the summer transfer window.

With Thiago Silva strongly linked with a move to Camp Nou, Bartra said that he would continue look to learn from any players above him in the pecking order.

"If a centre-back comes in, I'll learn everything I can from him and if anything changes, then we'll cross that bridge when we come to it," he told Esport3.

"There's a lot of competition at Barca. This team includes some of the best players in the world and I know that these things happen."

Bartra has made 12 league appearances for Barca since making his debut in 2010.

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