WALES international Craig Bellamy is not interested in the politics surrounding Team GB, only the chance to be involved at London 2012.
Much had been made of the reluctance of the Welsh, Scottish and Northern Irish associa-tions to give their blessing to the unified GB team.
As it is, no players have been selected from Scotland or Northern Ireland, although five Wales internationals have been included in the 18-man squad.
Bellamy is among those as one of three over-age players and is not too bothered about the political side of things.
"I never heard any-thing about that," he said, speaking at Team GB's Preparation Camp at Loughborough University.
"I am just happy to be involved in this and to have this opportunity. I would have always loved to be involved in this and how could you not?
"I have not heard anything elsewhere. I am not about politics, I am just here to play football."
Following the announcement of Stuart Pearce's squad, much has been made of David Beckham's omission.
Bellamy insists talk of Beckham has not proved a distraction and seemed irked by the fact it is still a subject of debate.
"What can I do? I don't pick the squad," he said. "I have nothing to do with any of that."
Bellamy was chirpier talking about country-man Ryan Giggs' appoint-ment as Team GB captain.
He added: "He's pro-bably one of the best players who has ever played the game. It is very fitting he is captain."