Kaka has reaffirmed his desire to remain with Real Madrid amid suggestions he is a target for former club AC Milan.
The 29-year-old left the San Siro for the Santiago Bernabeu for a reported £60 million in the summer of 2009, but has had his stay in Madrid blighted by injury.
Milan are alleged to be ready to offer the Brazilian a route back to Italy, while first club Sao Paulo are also said to be keen to secure his services.
However, Kaka is happy to work under Jose Mourinho and wants to continue plying his trade with Real.
"I have great feelings for Milan and Sao Paulo, but I want to make it clear that I want to play for Real Madrid," Kaka told the 'Kajuru Pregunta' programme on Esporte Interativo
"I have had injuries and problems for the last year and a half, but at no moment did I ever think about returning to Milan.
"I spoke with [Milan CEO Adriano] Galliani and I always said I wanted to continue playing for Real Madrid."