Serbia international defender Nemanja Vidic insists he will see out the remainder of his Manchester United contract which expires in 2012.
The 28-year-old former Spartak Moscow stopper had been linked with a move to Spanish giants Real Madrid earlier in the season.
However, Vidic has denied ever stating he wanted to join Real and claims he is very much enjoying his time at Old Trafford.
Vidic signed an extension in November 2007, keeping him at United for two more years, and he has no plans to leave before that deal expires.
"I have never said I'd like to move to Madrid," he told the Daily Star Sunday.
"I will definitely stay here until 2012 at least - and then we have time to speak about whatever may happen in the future.
"I am enjoying it here and I think I've showed that on the pitch. For now, all I'm focused on is playing the game and doing my best."
Vidic admits speculation over one's future can cause players to become unsettled and he does not want his form disrupted at such a crucial stage of the season.
"Media speculation can affect your concentration and I don't want that now," he continued.
"Maybe earlier in the season, because I had a few injuries, people started talking and saying, 'He's not happy'. But none of it came from me.
"I'd like to win four league titles in a row because nobody's done it before in the English game and I want to make history."