Carlos Tevez has admitted he does not want to play for anyone else other than Manchester United.
The Argentina star's loan deal with United is due to expire in the summer. So far there has been no agreement reached for Tevez to stay on, with United officials believed to be baulking at a Â£30million transfer 'fee' to gain the player's services outright.
"My loan deal ends in June but I cannot think of any team except United," Tevez told Sport Magazine. "The United fans love me and my family is very happy, both in Manchester and in England."
He added: "My thoughts are only about winning titles with United, and if this happens then I hope I will still be here next season.
"I do not want to play with any other team. I always follow my heart, and my heart is telling me it will be impossible for me to leave English football."
There is little doubt Sir Alex Ferguson would like Tevez to stay, although in the present financial climate, the sums being talked about do not make much sense and the South American's advisor Kia Joorabchian may have to be flexible if common ground is to be reached.
An agreement would raise the possibility of Tevez playing with Cristiano Ronaldo for another season.
Ronaldo might not have reached the level that saw him crowned Ballon D'Or winner last year but, according to Tevez, he remains, along with Lionel Messi, one of only two players capable of winning a match on their own.
"Sometimes his performances are almost from a different planet," said Tevez.
"He is a truly special talent and the only other player who I think is on the same level as him today is my Argentinian team-mate Lionel Messi."
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