Cesc Fabregas admits frustration

Barcelona's Cesc Fabregas in action during a friendly match against Thailand XI on August 7, 2013
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Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas admits that he is not first choice at the Spanish champions.

Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas has admitted that he is growing frustrated with the rotation policy at the Spanish champions.

The Spain international has netted four times in the league this season, but is still not regarded an automatic starter at Camp Nou.

He was linked with a move to Manchester United in the summer, but decided to remain with his boyhood club following talks with boss Gerardo Martino.

"I know what the coach's starting XI is and I'm not in it. I played a good game at Celta [Vigo] and then I went almost two games without playing and that bothered me," he told reporters.

"I'm on good form, I always try to vindicate myself and make a difference, and I want to say that I hope it does not happen again."

Fabregas has also contributed seven league assists this season.

Head coach FC Barcelona Gerardo Martino reacts during the UEFA Champions League Group H match between AC Milan and Barcelona at Stadio Giuseppe Meazza on October 22, 2013
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