Nemanja Vidic has rejected rumours linking him with a move away from Manchester United.
The Serbian's long-term future has been the subject of speculation in recent months, with the likes of Barcelona, Real Madrid and AC Milan all credited with an interest in his services.
However, Vidic insists he is happy at Old Trafford and is focused on winning more silverware with United.
"I am happy at Manchester United and I am looking forward to winning more trophies and I don't think about leaving," Vidic told Sky Sports News.
Vidic is confident United can enjoy success this season, despite falling five points behind leaders Chelsea in the Premier League following last weekend's defeat at Stamford Bridge.
"Our mentality does not change after a few games, we know what we need to do this year," added Vidic.
"Definitely it will be hard, but I think we have a good squad, a big squad to do well this season."
Meanwhile, Vidic is confident they can cope without Sir Alex Ferguson during his touchline ban.
Ferguson was handed a two-match suspension for his disparaging comments about referee Alan Wiley's fitness after United's draw with Sunderland in October.
The United chief will be forced to sit in the stands for the games at home to Everton on 21st November and away at Portsmouth on 28th November, and Vidic admits the manager's input will be missed.
"It is always good of course to have the manager on the touchline because he needs to give advice to players, to change the team if he needs to and always that way we need him," added Vidic.