Highly-rated frontman Falcao insists he has no plans turn his back on Atletico Madrid after just one season with the Primera Liga outfit.
Atletico spent big on the Colombia international last summer as they attempted to cover the double blow of losing Sergio Aguero and Diego Forlan.
The former Porto man has not disappointed, netting 33 times in 46 appearances.
Having been able to take his prolific form with him from Portugal to Spain, the 26-year-old is once again drawing admiring glances from afar.
He is considered to be one of the finest frontmen in European football and there would be no shortage of willing takers were he to hint at a switch.
Falcao claims to be perfectly happy in the Spanish capital, though, and insists failure to qualify for the UEFA Champions League would not force him towards the exits.
"The fact is that I signed a four-year contract with Atletico," he told Radio Nacional Spain.
"That is the reality and not the rumours in the papers.
"I arrived intending to be here for a long time and it is my dream to be remembered by the fans for helping them to celebrate titles.
"If Atletico do not finish in the Champions League places it will hurt, but it will not mean that I will look to be sold in the summer."