Manchester United target Wesley Sneijder is seemingly growing increasingly annoyed with speculation linking him with a move away from Galatasaray.
Only yesterday did reports emerge detailing how the Dutch star had played down the prospect of leaving the Turkish giants in the near future, and now quotes have surfaced suggesting that the ex-Inter Milan and Real Madrid man is becoming miffed at being repeatedly asked about his future.
Rumours have been rife concerning a transfer to United either in January or at the end of the season, but Sneijder has now moved to quell such talk.
According to ESPN, the Gala playmaker said: "I have no desire to have to justify myself to the people every time my name is in the media. I'm fine here and enjoying myself, and the fact that we progressed in the Champions League is great. I am happy here, but you never know for certain what will happen in football."
Sneijder was at his irrepressible best yesterday as he scored to put Galatasaray through to the knockout rounds of the Champions League, at the expense of Juventus.
David Moyes is said to be keen on bringing him to Old Trafford as he looks to improve his squad's fortunes, though it will reportedly take a bid of around £13million to activate his release clause.