Park Ji-sung has dismissed speculation suggesting he could leave Manchester United this summer.
Having spent the last six years at Old Trafford, it has been claimed that United would be willing to listen to offers for the Korean midfielder.
Sir Alex Ferguson has already allowed long-serving duo Wes Brown and John O'Shea to link up with Sunderland, as he attempts to usher in another glittering era of success.
The Red Devils boss has also spent big this summer in an effort to bolster his ranks, fuelling speculation regarding imminent departures.
There may be more comings and goings during the transfer window, but Park has been quick to distance himself from the rumours regarding his future.
He claims he would be happy to see out his playing days with United, allowing him to further silence those who questioned his credentials when he joined the club in 2005.
"There's no truth at all that I would leave United - I want to stay here and I have no reason to leave," 30-year-old Park told the Sunday Mirror.
"I would like to stay here for life, of course - why not? It's the best club in the world.
"I remember Guus Hiddink (his boss at PSV) said I wouldn't play many games if I went to Manchester United, but he wanted me to stay at PSV at the time.
"I met Guus this summer and he said he was proud of me and what I have achieved at United."