Brazilian striker Luis Fabiano has ended speculation regarding his future by committing himself to Sevilla.
The Samba star has been strongly linked with a move to England this summer, with Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur believed to be in the frame.
Italian giants AC Milan are also known to be long-time admirers of Fabiano and were tipped to reignite their interest in the 29-year-old frontman.
However, Fabiano has now revealed that he intends to stick with his current employers and has refused to rule out the possibility of extending his stay in Spain past 2010/11.
"It is true that other clubs were interested in me but I have not held advanced negotiations with anyone," he told ABC.
"I am very happy at Sevilla and I have never said that I will be leaving for Milan or Manchester United. These are big clubs, but Sevilla are also among the best in Europe.
"Could I sign a new deal with Sevilla? My agent is negotiating with the president, but there is no pressure because we have a lot of time.
"I am due to return to training on 26th July and I am looking forward to getting back to work.
"We have not done too well in the Champions League over recent seasons but we are set to enter the qualifiers in August and we have to make sure we give 100 per cent to make the group stage."