Brazilian playmaker Kaka has once again underlined his determination to prove himself a success at Real Madrid, ruling out the possibility of a transfer to Tottenham Hotspur any time soon, reports Sky Sports.

The 30-year-old ex-World Player of the Year arrived at the Santiago Bernabeu in a £56million deal in 2009, but has failed to live up to expectations over the past three seasons.

Kaka was heavily linked with a move to White Hart Lane following the arrival of former Spurs star Luka Modric who left north London for La Liga in the summer.

Andre Villas-Boas is yet to bring in a like-for-like replacement for the Croatian schemer, but any hopes he may still hold of luring the South American to the Premier League have now been dashed.

"Even when there was lots of talk in the summer, I didn't think about leaving, as I was sure I could still bring a lot to Real Madrid," Kaka told Estadao.

"I still have three years left on my contract and I think I can contribute. I want to stay at Real Madrid, earn a place in the team and win titles."

Kaka's determination to cement his place in Jose Mourinho's first-team line-up is starting to bring reward, with three appearances for Madrid in October.

Once he sees out the remainder of his contract in the Spanish capital, only then will the attacking midfielder consider his next move, with a return to his native Brazil high on Kaka's list of priorities.

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