The Ivory Coast star, who is the brother of Gunners ace Kolo, is struggling to get a regular game at the Nou Camp and speculation has suggested he could soon be on the move.
Arsenal are known to be keen, while Juventus have also been linked, but Toure insists he is happy where he is for now and wants to battle for his place.
"It is good to know there are big clubs interested in me," Toure said of the situation. "It is known that I have not played a lot for Barcelona so far this season.
"The coach rotates the midfield and I am waiting for my chance. There are still plenty of games to play. The club is doing well, so we shall wait and see."
When asked whether he would ask to leave if things did not improve, Toure added: "I don't know. You never know. I will take my chance at Barca when handed it. I love Barcelona. It is the biggest club but there are others as well."