Wesley Sneijder has moved to end speculation over his future by insisting he wants to stay with current club Inter Milan.
The 27-year-old playmaker has been mooted as a target for Chelsea and Manchester United but is set to remain at the San Siro.
"Milan is marvellous, picturesque and full of elegance. I love it," Sneijder told the Inter website.
"At the moment I am very happy here and I don't see why I should leave."
The Holland international joined Inter in the summer of 2009 and played a major part in helping Inter win the Treble of the Champions League, Serie A and Coppa Italia in his first season.
The Italian club finished second in the league and got to the last eight of the Champions League during the last campaign, with their only trophy coming when they beat Palermo to win the Coppa Italia.
Sneijder, who scored four goals in 25 outings in a season hampered by injury, has a contract running until 2015 with Inter and his commitment to the club will disappoint potential suitors.
"There is a family atmosphere at Inter and there are all the ingredients to aim high," added Sneijder.