Inter Milan playmaker Wesley Sneijder has insisted he wants to remain at the club at least until his contract expires in 2015.
The Dutchman's future has regularly been the subject of speculation over the past couple of years and he was again linked with a move away from Inter during the summer.
Fenerbahce and Real Madrid were among the clubs credited with an interest, while reports have also suggested he could return to Ajax at some point.
Sneijder remains open to the idea of one day going back home, but says he remains committed to the Nerazzurri.
"I want to stay at Inter," he told Gazzetta dello Sport. "I have never, never thought about leaving Inter. I like the team, the city, the club, and I also like the coach."
Never say never
Questioned about the possibility of finishing his career back at Ajax, Sneijder added: "Never say never, but now it's too soon to think about this.
"I have a deal with Inter until 2015 and I want, as a minimum, to remain until the end of the contract."
Sneijder also praised the man-management of boss Andrea Stramaccioni, who replaced Claudio Ranieri in March.
"He understands players, like president (Massimo) Moratti," said Sneijder.
"Stramaccioni talks a lot with me, about everything. This lets me feel his faith and this is good for each player."