Chelsea's Eden Hazard says he "will not leave" the club before the European transfer window shuts on 31 August.
The Belgium forward, who has been linked with a move to Spanish giants Real Madrid, said in July that "it might be time to discover something different", adding that his "preferred destination" was known.
However, the 27-year-old now says he is "happy" to remain at Stamford Bridge.
"I'm fine here. We'll see what happens in a year or two," he told RMC Sport.
"Leave this year? I will not leave. Everybody knows what I said after the World Cup - but I'm happy here."
The Premier League and Football League voted to shut the transfer window before the start of the English top-flight season, which kicked off on 10 August.
However, the change did not affect European clubs, who can still sign players - including Premier League ones - until their respective deadlines later in the month.
"The transfer window in England is over. Clubs cannot sign players," said Hazard. "It would be a little odd if they sell me now while they can't recruit a replacement."
Hazard, who has won five major trophies since joining Chelsea in 2012, added he could see that "the fans still love me" from the reception he received during the Blues' 3-2 league win over Arsenal on Saturday.
The winger still has two years to run on the five-year contract he signed in February 2015.