Heerenveen midfielder Filip Djuricic wants to focus on his future after missing out on a move to Manchester United in January 2009.
The 20-year-old Serbian had been expected to sign for the Red Devils after a trial before re-joining former club Radnicki on a year-long loan.
United opted against landing Djuricic with speculation the Premier League giants were unable to secure a work permit for his services.
The youngster has fond memories of his time with the Old Trafford club, but no longer wants to discuss what might have been.
"I'll always remember that time I spent with United with a smile on my face, but the truth is that I've not thought about this for a while now," he told Sportske.
"It didn't happen and that is that. Why the move collapsed? I don't even care and for sure I don't want to talk about it anymore."
Djuricic is now happy and impressing in Holland with Heerenveen and he is not looking to leave after recently penning a four-year deal.
"I know there are many clubs watching me, but I've just signed a four-year contract with my club and I don't wish to move away," he continued.
"I'm in Holland which is great for young players and I'd like to become even better player before going to one of the best leagues in Europe."