Alex Rodriguez had his long-awaited reunion with the Yankees yesterday, still surrounded by questions about his future.

He said he’s not worried about a potential suspension regarding his alleged ties to performance-enhancing drugs and still intends to play for the Yankees this season.

“No, I’m not,” Rodriguez said when asked if he was concerned about being targeted by MLB or a possible suspension. “But I’m not gonna further discuss this. At some point, I feel that everything will be good.”

That point has not arrived, something made clear by the fact he wasn’t introduced during the pregame ceremony.

“I don’t need to be introduced to feel like a part of this team,” Rodriguez said before the Yankees’ 8-2 loss to the Red Sox. “When I get introduced, I want to be on the field and not look back.”

Rodriguez acknowledged meeting with the players’ association about the investigation into Biogenesis, the anti-aging clinic tied to PEDs whose records contained Rodriguez’s name. He declined to go into details, though.

“I’m not gonna comment on that,” said Rodriguez, who hired a PR firm to deny the allegations. “We put out a statement and we’ll definitely stand by that.”

The third baseman said his rehab from offseason left hip surgery is going well, but refused to comment on the chances the Yankees could try to void the remaining five years of his contract — worth $114 million — and declined to put a timetable on his return.