Robinho has insisted that his long-term future is at Manchester City.
The Brazilian was the subject of interest from European champions Barcelona over the summer.
Barca have again been linked with a January bid for the former Real Madrid man, who had stated he would consider a move to Camp Nou.
However, the 25-year-old - who City paid a British transfer record for in 2008 - claims he can see himself staying at Eastlands for 'five or 10 years'.
"I am very happy at Manchester City and I intend to continue playing here for a long time," he said.
"My focus is with Manchester City. There will always be speculation but I am very happy and so are my family. I hope to continue playing here.
"I think I will stay five years, 10 years - I don't know. I love it here and love the fans.
"I am enjoying playing English football. It is very beautiful. With every game I play, I feel more comfortable. I hope to continue playing football in England for a long time."
Robinho is determined to help City into the UEFA Champions League but also dreams of lifting the Premier League crown.
"I want to be champion. I've been lucky that every team in which I have played, I have been able to be a champion. My frame of mind has not changed playing for Manchester City," he said.
"To finish in the top four would not be bad but we are going to fight for the title until the end.
"I think the morale of the team is improving. It is a winning spirit and our mentality has to be that of the team that wants to win and that wants to be champions.
"We have a great manager in Mark Hughes. He has proved this in all the teams he has managed and is showing that now with Manchester City.
"He has a great relationship with all the players, including me, and I hope that this year we can be champions together; that is our goal."