Gareth Bale has dismissed speculation linking him with a move to Manchester United by declaring that he is happy at Real Madrid.
Manchester United have been linked with a move for Bale and are reported to be prepared to part with a world record fee in order to bring the Wales international to Old Trafford.
Bale's future has been thrown into doubt of late following a mild on-field spat with Cristiano Ronaldo, but he has told Spanish radio station Cadena Ser that he won't be leaving the Santiago Bernabeu.
"I can't imagine myself at Manchester United," Bale said. "In a recent interview they asked me if I was unhappy at Real and I told them I'm really happy here.
"I've got several years left on my contract, I'm enjoying myself, we're winning trophies and I want to keep doing that here at Real."
The former Tottenham player moved to Real Madrid in 2013 for a world record transfer fee and enjoyed instant success.
He managed to score the winning goal in the Spanish cup final against Barcelona as well as a decisive strike in the Champions League final against Atletico Madrid.
Bale has maintained his excellent start to his Real Madrid career by scoring 14 goals this season which included the winning goal from the penalty spot against Cordoba last Saturday.