Iker Casillas insists he is happy at Real Madrid amid reported interest from Tottenham.
Newspaper reports in Spain claim that Spurs boss Juande Ramos is lining up a £28.5million bid for the Spanish goalkeeper.
However, Casillas - who has been with Real for the past 17 years - claims he has heard nothing about Spurs' interest and he is adamant that his long-term future remains with the Spanish champions.
"Nobody has said anything to me about a supposed offer from an English team," Casillas - whose current Real contract runs until 2011 - said on Telemadrid.
"But in any case I am very clear on what I want and that is to be at Real Madrid. It has never entered my thoughts to be at anywhere else but Real Madrid.
"I live here, I have my friends, my family and on top of that I have the great fortune to be playing in the team. What more could I ask for?
"I have not received an offer, but I insist that I am not thinking of anything other than completing my contract with Real Madrid."