Atletico Madrid striker Radamel Falcao claims he is happy at the club and wants to win trophies with his current side instead of moving elsewhere.
Falcao has helped his side to make a rampant start to the 2012/13 season, both in La Liga and in the Europa League, with Madrid stating their early intent to compete for silverware.
The 26-year-old has been linked with leaving the Vicente Calderon for a number of months, with Champions League holders Chelsea thought to be keen on securing his services, which may be enhanced with the recent appointment of Spanish manager Rafael Benitez.
The La Liga side have already got their hands on one trophy this season, with Falcao single-handedly destroying the London Premier League club and current champions of Europe to claim the UEFA Super Cup title.
The Colombian forward is hungry for more silverware and and insists that he wants to win it with Atletico rather than moving to another big club.
“I am very happy at Atletico Madrid,” Falcao stated.
“I am enjoying how it’s going and my main objective is to continue scoring goals so that we can bring great success to the club.
“2012 is my year without a doubt and I believe I can win titles, but only with the help of my team-mates at both Atletico and Colombia.”
Atletico may have to fight away offers for their star player in the January transfer window, with La Liga rivals Real Madrid and Barcelona thought to be keeping tabs on him, along with many top clubs across Europe.