Manchester United winger Nani has hinted that he may stay at the club despite speculation that he does not feature in David Moyes’ plans, reports the Evening Standard.
The Portuguese international is in the final year of his contract and has yet to be offered an extension by the new manager.
A number of clubs have linked with Nani with Monaco confirming they were recently offered the chance to sign him.
Nani made just 15 starts in all competition last season and his inconsistent form has done enough to convince Moyes to let the player go.
However, Nani has revealed that he is looking forward to working under Moyes, suggesting that he has no intention of leaving Old Trafford this summer.
The 26-year-old has said that with Moyes coming in, it has given everyone a chance to prove themselves once again, including himself.
He told reporters: "Of course there is a big difference when Sir Alex leaves the club and you can feel the change because you know how important he was to this club but the team is the same so we hope the manager comes with a lot of good ideas to help us win again.
"Everyone has to prove himself because it is a different manager, different ideas but he knows the players, he's seen us on TV all this year he knows the players. I think that in a couple of weeks, a couple of months the players will understand the personalities."
Nani is yet to appear for Moyes after he missed the pre-season tour with a broken nose. He is expected to join up with the squad upon their return, however.