Bayern Munich striker Mario Gomez insists he wants to remain at the club, despite a poor run of form.
The Bundesliga champions have made a stuttering start to the campaign and the 25-year-old forward has yet to sparkle at the Allianz Arena since his move from Stuttgart in 2009.
Gomez hints that he is not enjoying his football with the German giants, but is keen to get back on the goal trail for Bayern.
He told TZ: "I would like to remain at Bayern. But I also want to enjoy my profession as a striker.
"If you ask me today, I would like to say I am guessing I am going to remain at Bayern Munich."
Gomez compared himself to Wolfsburg striker Edin Dzeko, who has been linked with a number of Europe's top clubs after impressive form in recent seasons.
The Bayern man insists that Dzeko is merely the flavour of the month and is adamant that he will get back to his best and prove the doubters wrong.
"Dzeko is a magnificent player," he added. "Last season he scored more goals than I did, but in the last three years overall I have scored as many goals as he did.
"In terms of Dzeko, people feel he is a world-class striker. In terms of me, they say I am a failure in front of the goal.
"We have similar strengths and weaknesses, we fail to score and we score goals. But the public image is totally different."