Hertha Berlin striker Adrian Ramos has pledged his future to the club amid reports of growing interest from possible suitors.
The 25-year-old was in impressive form for Colombia during the Copa America earlier this summer.
Last term, his influence on the Hertha attack was notable as they gained promotion; he scored 15 goals and provided a further 11 assists.
Ramos is contracted to the team from the German capital until 2015 but that has not stopped his admirers from circling.
"If everything works out fine, I am going to stay at Hertha Berlin for the next four years - there is no doubt," he told Bild.
"I like it at Hertha Berlin and the team is not as small as some people are suggesting. All the people at Hertha are treating me with full respect.
"Speaking German is difficult but I promise that I am going to speak German one day."