Ronaldinho insists he has no intentions of leaving Milan, despite constant rumours linking him with a move away from the club.
The Brazilian has come under intense scrutiny over the past few months, which he feels is unfair, as he has been contributing on a regular basis.
"I don't get angry if someone says that I don't run. Perhaps I may not participate in the game as much, but I do make assists for the others," Ronaldinho told Corriere della Sera.
"I am not thinking of any other club but AC Milan."
The former Barcelona player was spotted in United States earlier in the year, amid rumours linking him to Los Angeles Galaxy.
"In the summer I had gone there to attend an NBA match and the club presented me their offer. It is true that they took me around.
"But right now, I'm lucky to not have to think about the money. I can put my happiness before anything."
Ronaldinho's contract expires in 2011, however he remains calm over his future at the club.
"I have no reason to be worried. President [Silvio] Berlusconi has told me that I can stay for as long as I want. That's why I am calm," he added.