Manchester United playmaker Shinji Kagawa wants to stay at the club despite interest from his former side Borussia Dortmund, according to German journalist Raphael Honigstein.
The Japanese international has had a tricky couple of seasons at Old Trafford since arriving from the German outfit in 2012.
He's struggled for opportunities in his favoured position of behind the striker in recent time, but it appears that he's ready to fight for his future at the Premier League champions.
With David Moyes now having been sacked as the boss of Manchester United, it remains to be seen as to whether Kagawa will be handed more opportunities in the 2014/15 season.
Kagawa is a fans' favourite at the Theatre of Dreams, so this news will come as good news for the club after a troubled season.
Manchester United's and Kagawa's attention will now turn to this weekend's Premier League clash with Norwich City at Old Trafford.
The Japanese star will be hoping for a start, with Ryan Giggs to replace Moyes for the short term as the Manchester United boss.