Sergio Aguero has committed his future to Manchester City following speculation linking him with a move away from the Etihad Stadium.
Newspaper reports this week suggested the 23-year-old was ready to quit City at the end of the season in favour of a return to La Liga with Real Madrid.
But Aguero, who has scored 26 goals since his £38 million move from Atletico Madrid last summer, insists there is no truth behind the rumours.
"No no, all of that, no,” he told the Daily Mail. "The truth is that I am happy here, happy with my fellow players and the rest of the staff.
"The only thing I have to do is enjoy playing football.”
Aguero scored twice against West Brom on Wednesday as City moved to within five points of league leaders and local rivals United.
The striker returned following a two-game absence and also set up a goal for Carlos Tevez, who netted his first goal of the season following his return to the side.
Roberto Mancini’s side travel to Norwich this weekend and 'Kun' says the transfer speculation will not distract him from City’s Premier League title challenge.
“I hardly ever do interviews,” he said. “Sometimes I have to get in touch to deny or correct the claims but I can't dispel every claim that is written about me.
"I repeat that I am very happy here and they invent things to try to compromise me."