Bayern Munich full-back David Alaba has revealed his intention to stay at the Bundesliga club after a "dream" season.
His team-mates may be disappointed after finishing runners-up in the German league and cup before losing out to Chelsea in the UEFA Champions League final in their own stadium.
But Alaba, who was not involved in either cup final, can look back on the season as a personal success after playing 40 games for Bayern in a breakthrough campaign.
Although the 19-year-old Austria international is under contract until 2015, there has been reported interest from Barcelona and Manchester United.
But Alaba remains focused on life with the Bavarian giants, telling Austrian website Sport10: "The season I went through (at Bayern Munich) was definitely like a dream come true for me.
"However, I am looking to not get disturbed by the praise I am getting.
"Looking at what I have been receiving (in terms of offers), I can say that there has been nothing concrete.
"And I am very happy playing for a club like Bayern Munich, one way or the other. I have no plans to move clubs."