Brazil striker Neymar has not ruled out making a move to a European club in the future, but admits he is happy at Santos.
He has constantly been linked with a number of European clubs and has been encouraged to make the move to play for a UEFA Champions League team.
Most recently, former Brazilian full-back Cafu has added his name to those urging the 20-year-old to move to help develop his game.
Chelsea, Barcelona and Real Madrid have reportedly led the race to sign Neymar, who is contracted to the South American side until 2014.
He did admit that he "dreams" of playing in Europe and hinted that it may happen in the future, but is not looking to move on in the immediate future.
He said: "The chances of staying are high as I love Santos, wearing the club's shirt and living in Brazil.
"I, of course, have the dream of playing in Europe but nothing is impossible.
"In 2014, we can sit down and talk to see if I will stay at Santos."