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MADRID - Barcelona playmaker Ronaldinho, back in the squad for today's Champions League Group E tie at VfB Stuttgart, wants to prove the doubters wrong after enduring a difficult start to the season.
The Brazilian has missed the last three matches with a calf strain and suffered criticism about transfer speculation and media reports on his private life.
"I'm annoyed but life isn't always perfect. In moments like these I concentrate on my work and will give my response on the pitch," Ronaldinho told sports daily Mundo Deportivo yesterday.
"I feel at home in Barcelona and that's due to the people here. I am looking forward to returning to action to prove I am happy and that I want to stay for many years."
Ronaldinho also said his desire to win more titles had not dimmed and that he thought Barcelona's squad had a lot of potential.
"We are aware we have already entered the history books but we want much more," he said. "We want to go down in history not as a team that won many leagues and a European Cup [in 2006] but one that won many European Cups. We know we are capable of doing it." - Reuters