Roma striker Bojan Krkic has dismissed reports he could leave the club this summer and expects next season to be the 'most important' of his career.
The 21-year-old joined Roma from Barcelona last summer and scored seven goals in 33 appearances during his debut campaign in Serie A.
His father recently claimed that there is interest from England and Germany, with Liverpool having regularly been linked with a bid.
Liverpool are also reported to be admirers of Bojan's team-mate Fabio Borini, who played under new Reds boss Brendan Rodgers at Swansea City.
Ambitious Spanish side Malaga are another club mooted to want Bojan, but the forward has no plans to quit Roma this summer.
"I will remain at Roma because I believe it is the best option for me," Krkic said to Corriere dello Sport. "I am very happy and satisfied with my first year in Italy.
"I think next season will be the most important year of my career and I want to do my best in the Italian league."