Swansea City star Michu says he wants to stay at the Premier League club.
The striker has once again committed his future to the club, having won his first cap for the Spanish national side during their World Cup qualifier against Belarus on Friday.
But the 27-year-old says he has no plans to leave the club. He told Spanish newspaper Marca: ''I am not thinking about that now. I am just enjoying life at Swansea so much.
"It’s a small club but we are playing in Europe and we won the first trophy in the club’s history last season."
The striker has been a big hit at Swansea, scoring 20 goals in 42 games for the club, leading to increased speculation about his future over the summer, having been linked with a host of big-name clubs.
He has also proved to be one of the biggest bargain buys in recent years, costing Swansea just £2million from Rayo Vallecano in 2012.
It has been a remarkable turnaround for Michu, as two years ago, he couldn't even find a club, and he says players should never give up.
"A footballer’s life can change in an instant. It is a lesson to young players to never give up.
"Two years ago I was struggling to find a team and now I am part of the best team in the world."
He played just under an hour in Spain's 2-1 win on friday, and may play a part in Spain's game against Georgia on Tuesday as he looks to be in Vicente Del Bosque's World Cup squad next year.
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