Brazil international striker Luis Fabiano insists he will be staying with Sevilla this season.
The 29-year-old has been linked with moves to England and Italy after impressing in this summer's World Cup finals.
Fabiano is now into the final year on his Sevilla deal and it had been thought the club may opt to sell him sooner rather than later.
The former Porto hit-man has confirmed he has fielded offers, but has never thought seriously about quitting for pastures new.
"My future is with Sevilla," he told As. "I have never thought about leaving this year.
"I have had some offers, but I never considered leaving Sevilla.
"What came out in the press during the World Cup did not come out of my mouth," he added, in reference to quotes attributed to the player which claimed he wanted a move.
Fabiano is not ruling out the possibility of signing a new contract and insists all the previous talk of a move to AC Milan is now forgotten.
"We have spoken, but at the moment we are thinking about the games ahead," he said on talks with Sevilla.
"As I have a good relationship with the club, I'm not worried. With calm, I will renew with Sevilla.
"I have forgotten about Milan. From my point of view, they didn't come in seriously for me.
"They promised a lot of things, but they didn't fulfil those promises. It's a great club, but that's in the past."