Dimitar Berbatov has confirmed that he's staying at Manchester United for another season at least.
The Bulgarian international has one-year left on his contract at Old Trafford, with speculation circulating that this season's Barclays Premier League golden boot winner would be leaving the club.
However, Berbatov has moved to quash the reports, stating he's happy with life at United and is desperate to help the club lift a 20th English title.
"I have a contract for one more year and I will go nowhere. Now I am part of United's 19th title and I want to be part of the 20th, that's my plan," said the former Spurs striker.
"I am the happiest man in the team because I'm a champion and top goalscorer in the league. To win 19 titles is a fantastic achievement."
Looking ahead to the Champions League final, Berbatov doesn't believe Barcelona are favourites, and expects Sir Alex Ferguson's side to win the clash at Wembley.
"I expect to win against Barcelona. Everybody thinks the Spaniards are favourites but nobody knows who will win."