Obafemi Martins has dismissed reports suggesting he is unsettled at Newcastle.
Martins has produced a number of eye-catching performances this season but competition for places at St James' Park is fierce.
The former Internazionale striker has been linked with a January return to Serie A, with Juventus understood to be interested.
However, the Nigerian insists he will not be going anywhere, and has pledged his future to Magpies manager Sam Allardyce.
"I'm very happy and settled at Newcastle, I don't take any notice of the stories saying I'll leave," Martins said in the Daily Express.
"And if Sam Allardyce is here for five years I will be here for five years as well.
"That is how much I enjoy playing for him. I don't think I'll be going anywhere while Sam is here.
"I'm scoring goals and I'm playing games, that's all you can ask for as a striker."
Martins, who joined Newcastle in August 2006, admits he did struggle to adjust to the English game initially.
He explained: "It wasn't that easy when I first came to Newcastle and it took me a few months to learn about the Premier League, about England and living in Newcastle.
"I had to adapt to the style of football and it took me some time, but I'm very happy here."