Sergio Ramos has insisted that he is going nowhere and wants to retire at Real Madrid, but is flattered by the interest from Milan and Chelsea.
The Spain international has been the subject of reports linking him with a mega-money move to Stamford Bridge recently and previously to the San Siro, but he has sought to calm Los Merengues' fans.
"I am very sure that I am staying," he told Marca Radio.
"I am flattered that great teams like AC Milan or Chelsea are interested in me. That is a sign that things are going well for me and drives you on to keep improving and playing better for Real Madrid.
"I have a very long contract and the only thing I think about is retiring here. I am very comfortable with my team-mates, the club, the city and so are my family.
"Also I feel calm. I have renewed my contract and I am very pleased with the deal I have, although one always aspires to improve and grow in every aspect."
Sergio Ramos then commented on the continuing links to Manchester United's Cristiano Ronaldo and was asked what he thought about Madrid possibly having Robinho on the left flank and the Portuguese international on the right.
"It would be big and would give us so much. They are both great players and are very fast, as well as being able to score at any moment and create chances," he added.
"Ronaldo is showing his quality and, along with Kaka and Messi, he is one of the best players in the world."