Inter Milan midfielder Sulley Muntari has shrugged off speculation over a possible move back to the Premier League.
The Ghana international, who formerly played in the English top flight with Portsmouth, has reportedly attracted interest from Tottenham and Liverpool.
Spurs boss Harry Redknapp worked with Muntari while the duo were at Fratton Park, and it is understood he is keen to renew that partnership as he assembles a squad capable of challenging in the Champions League.
But the 25-year-old is adamant he is happy to remain at the San Siro, where he has two years left on his current deal.
"I'm staying. I have two years remaining on my contract. I love the city, the club and I'm sure about staying," Muntari told GTV.
"I had a great relationship with Jose [Mourinho] and I know it would be the same again with a new man in charge.
"Now, we have another great coach, [Rafael] Benitez, and I am looking forward to working with him."