Alexandre Pato has admitted that although he is happy at AC Milan, he is a big fan of English football.
The Brazilian was bought by Milan when Carlo Ancelotti was in charge.
When Ancelotti departed for Chelsea in the summer, Pato was linked with a move to follow his former boss.
The Italian tactician has never hidden his admiration of the 20-year-old and Pato conceded his liking for the Premier League.
"I follow English football a lot and Ancelotti," said Pato.
"And the coach that brought me to AC Milan, is now at Chelsea and I love London."
But Pato, who signed a new long-term deal at the San Siro in September, insists he is happy with life in Italy.
"Right now I'm focused on doing well in Milan. I am very happy after two years and I have 100 per cent adapted to life in Italy," he continued.
"Playing in Milan for me meant being able to play alongside players who were idols to me as a kid. Playing alongside David Beckham - his long passes are perfect for me."
Pato also hopes to play a leading role for Brazil at this summer's World Cup finals - but he does not know if Milan team-mate Ronaldinho will be with him.
"I hope I can play. I respect the coach and his decisions, but I'm sure that if I go to the World Cup, I will contribute," continued Pato.
"Does Ronaldinho deserve the national level? Ronaldinho is a great player, but it is not up to me to make this decision."