Arturo Vidal has declared that he is happy at Juventus and wants to carry on winning trophies with the club.
Midfielder Vidal has established himself as one of Juve's most important players this season but his performances have seen him linked with a move elsewhere.
Real Madrid, Barcelona and Bayern Munich have all been credited with an interest in the 26-year-old Chile international, who missed his country's 2-0 friendly win over England due to a thigh strain.
However, Vidal says he is enjoying life at Juventus and has no intention of leaving when the transfer window reopens in January.
"I am fine in Turin and my family is very happy in the city," he said in the Italian press.
"In addition to that, I want to keep on winning titles with Juventus."
Meanwhile, Juventus could soon find an agreement with Werder Bremen which would see a transfer link-up between the clubs.
It is thought the deal could see Bremen become a sort of feeder club for Juve, and in return they would be able to take some of the Italian club's players on loan.
Werder Bremen general manager Thomas Eichin told Bild: "Yes, I have been in Turin this week to have negotiations with Juventus.
"I have been invited (by them) to talk about an intended potential cooperation."