Speculation regarding his future continues to rage, but Brazilian starlet Neymar claims he is going nowhere.
The 19-year-old forward is currently being courted by a number of European football's top clubs, with the scramble for his signature having dragged on for some months now.
Chelsea, in fact, have been chasing Neymar's signature for over a year, with an initial approach to lure him away from his homeland knocked back last summer.
The Blues had hoped to get their man this time around, especially as Neymar had hinted in the run-up to the transfer window opening that he would welcome a switch to Stamford Bridge.
His stance has altered considerably since then, though, with Copa Libertadores success with Santos helping to convince him that he might already be in the best place for his fledgling career.
Spanish giants Real Madrid and Barcelona have joined Chelsea in flashing admiring glances in his direction, but Neymar appears set to shun the interest from Europe's heavyweights.
Instead, he intends to stick with Santos and honour a contract which is set to run until 2015.
Returning home following Brazil's elimination from the Copa America, Neymar told journalists: "I'm staying at Santos."