Nikica Jelavic has brushed off suggestions he could leave SPL champions Rangers in the summer to join Manchester United.
The Croatian striker has enjoyed a hugely impressive debut season at Ibrox after scoring 19 goals despite a spell of almost four months on the sidelines part way through the campaign.
He recently claimed that his agent had been in contact with English Premier League champions United regarding a possible £13million move.
However, the 25-year-old forward, who joined Rangers for £4million from Rapid Vienna last summer, claims he is happy in Glasgow.
Jelavic said in the Daily Record: "Frankly, I do not think about leaving because I am loving it at Rangers.
"Some of the stories about me leaving were simply people getting excited over nothing.
"We actually joked at Rangers about me leaving to go there. I don't think I need to push myself for sale."