Brazilian playmaker Ronaldinho has dismissed suggestions he could leave AC Milan before his contract expires next summer.
The 30-year-old former Barcelona man will be a free agent at the end of the season when his Rossoneri deal concludes.
Reports hinted Milan may sell the talented forward in January when the transfer window reopens.
However, Ronaldinho is not contemplating leaving in the New Year, insisting he will be seeing out his contract.
The Brazil international has not ruled out extending his existing deal, stating he is interested in staying at the San Siro beyond the 2010-11 campaign.
"My future? I want to do well. Playing at Milan is my job. I want to win titles with Milan," he told the Milan Channel.
"President (Silvio) Berlusconi always tells me to keep quiet. Money is not a problem. I'm happy and Berlusconi gives me the peace just to think about playing.
"The truth is that I'm only thinking about AC Milan. Here I feel important and I'm nothing thinking of leaving in January.
"I'm staying until the end of the season, that's for sure. There's a lot of time until the end of the season and I've got no problem stay here many more years.
He added: "The feeling with (Zlatan) Ibrahimovic is fine. We're in a period of transition but I feel very good with him.
"He's a great player. He has great quality and is one of those who will make history here at Milan."