Adnan Januzaj has declared his desire to stay at Manchester United and win trophies amidst interest from Paris Saint-Germain.
The Belgian-born starlet has managed to break into David Moyes' plans at Old Trafford this season despite his tender years.
His exceptional talent has alerted big spending PSG, who were rumoured to be considering an outrageous £40m offer to tempt Manchester United in to cashing in on the midfield prodigy.
The player himself, however, seems to have no desire to swap Manchester for Paris and is ready to stay to fulfill his ambitions as a Red Devil.
He is quoted in the Daily Mirror as saying: "I'm quite pleased with my year," said Januzaj. "I've done a lot of work and have been integrating into the first-team.
"I've played games and I think there's more to come. I hope to win trophies at this club and be the best player."
The 19-year-old, who celebrated his birthday yesterday, received the gift of being awarded Manchester United's player of the month award for January, confirming his growing stature at the club.
I'm very happy with this trophy and I hope it is not the last one," he said. "I hope there will be a lot more to come."
Another defining factor that has convinced Januzaj on his long-term future is the recent acquisition of Juan Mata, who he believes he can learn a lot from in the near future.
"He's a great player and I think I'm going to learn a lot from him," said the teenager of Mata. "He's a technical player who is very clever.
"He scores goals and gives assists, so we're very happy to have Mata at the club.
"I think he's happy here. That's a question that you'd have to ask of him, but I think he's happy and I hope he will be happy at the club."