Pablo Zabaleta insists Manchester City's Argentine trio of himself, Sergio Aguero and Carlos Tevez are happy at the club and have no plans to leave.
Aguero, who scored the winning goal against Queens Park Rangers to clinch the title, has been mooted with a big money move to Real Madrid.
Tevez, who went AWOL during last season after a fall-out with Roberto Mancini, has been linked with a switch to long-term suitors AC Milan this summer.
There have also been suggestions Zabaleta could also be on the move from the Etihad Stadium, with Barcelona credited with an interest in his services.
However, Zabaleta claims all three players are enjoying life at City and will reject any approaches to move on this summer.
"The three of us spend a lot of time together, Sergio lives five minutes away," Zabaleta told ManC magazine.
"It's great for Carlos, for Sergio, for me. We play together for the national team and I played with them in the youth teams.
"For us it's a new experience here. Whenever you leave your country you learn a lot of things.
"The opportunity we have in England is making a big impact in our lives. The culture is different, the football is different, we are really enjoying it here. Manchester is one of the best places in the UK."