Franck Ribery is keen to bring an end to the constant speculation surrounding his future at Bayern Munich.
The France international has been the subject of much transfer talk this summer, with Real Madrid, Barcelona and Manchester United all being linked with an approach at some stage.
He remains in Germany for now, but the endless rounds of disruptive rumours refuse to go away.
Ribery insists the ongoing saga has not diverted his attention from his preparations for the new season, as he looks to shake off a knee problem, and insists he is happy to remain in Munich for the foreseeable future.
"People talk a lot about my future, but personally I don't want to discuss it," Ribery told L'Equipe.
"Some people are under big pressure, and my future is big trouble for them. It is not troublesome for me though. I am fine.
"My only goal at the moment is to be back in the Bayern fold as soon as possible, before then moving forward again."
He added: "The Bayern officials don't want me to leave. They are attached to me. They love me.
"I appreciated the fact that they recently defended me after criticism from Mr (Franz) Beckenbauer against me.
"If I ever leave Bayern, I would like to leave on good terms with the club.
"I have always acted like a professional, both on and off the pitch, and I have not changed. I remain the same."