Shinji Kagawa is growing tired of rumours regarding his future, with it his intention to remain with Borussia Dortmund.
The 22-year-old endured a frustrating 2010/11 campaign, with injury keeping him out for long periods.
He is, however, still considered to be an exciting prospect for the future, with his debut season in Germany seeing him draw admiring glances from Manchester United.
Kagawa has seen speculation mount again that he could soon be on the move, despite being tied to a three-year contract.
He insists there is little chance of him leaving for pastures new, with there every possibility he will agree an extension to his current deal.
"I've repeatedly emphasised how comfortable I feel in Dortmund. I'm not wasting a thought on a change of club," Kagawa told Bild.
"We have truly the best fans that I know. Why should I not stay here any longer?"