Highly-coveted Brazilian forward Neymar has ended speculation surrounding his future by signing a two-year contract extension at Santos.
The 19-year-old is known to be attracting interest from Europe's top clubs, with the likes of Real Madrid, Chelsea and Barcelona determined to snare his signature.
They will, however, have to wait a little longer as the teenager has no plans to leave his homeland any time soon.
Neymar announced in September that he had no intention of moving during the January transfer window, and has now backed up those claims.
He has always remained loyal to Santos, the club that helped to mould him into a global superstar, and he will now stick with the Brazilian outfit until at least the 2014 World Cup - which will be staged in his homeland.
"Neymar will continue with us until 2014, the contract is signed," said Santos president Luis Alvaro Oliveira Ribeiro.
Neymar has also taken the opportunity to express his delight at putting an agreement in place.
He said: "I am very happy, it is a decision I took with my family.
"I would like to thank these clubs for the interest they have expressed in me as a footballer but it is important to make choices in life, and my choice was Santos."