Cristiano Ronaldo has attempted to put an end to speculation that he could leave Real Madrid, claiming he is content with life at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Reports in Spain in recent weeks have suggested the 26-year-old was considering his future in Madrid after receiving some abuse from sections of the Real supporters.
Naturally, a return to Manchester United was touted as a possibility for Ronaldo, and the Portuguese would undoubtedly be welcomed back to Old Trafford with open arms.
However, Ronaldo has quashed rumours that a reunion with Sir Alex Ferguson could be on the cards.
"I do not think about the future, I'm enjoying the moment," he said.
"In Manchester I learned how to play, especially tactical discipline, but the Spanish league is the best in the world, since it is based on players' skills and techniques. I will not leave Real Madrid. I want to keep having fun here."
Ronaldo left Manchester United for Real Madrid in the summer of 2009, and has netted an incredible 111 goals in 112 games for Los Blancos.