Cristiano Ronaldo has pledged his future to Real Madrid, insisting he is not thinking of a shock exit from the club.
The 27-year-old, who remains the world's most expensive player having joined Real from Manchester United for £80million in 2009, had been linked with a stunning return to England recently.
Reports had claimed that Ronaldo was high on Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich's wish-list.
But the 27-year-old, who has scored an incredible 103 goals in 93 La Liga games for Madrid, says he wants to remain working under Jose Mourinho.
"I want to continue at Real Madrid. I don't want to go anywhere else," he told Portuguese radio station TVI. "I want to spend my time here. The relationship with Mourinho is perfect. I knew we were going to get along before I met him as a coach.
"His principles are the same as mine and when we started working together I realised he was the best for the job. It gives me tremendous pleasure to work with the best. He has succeeded in different leagues and with different players as well.
"These three years in Madrid have been positive and I have adapted well. I have won a major title and in individual terms, I have won the Golden Boot. I feel strong in my career and I'll fight until the end."
Ronaldo also paid tribute to Sir Alex Ferguson, the man who nurtured the Portuguese forward into a world star while at Manchester United.
"The coaches I have worked with have been at a high level and very professional," Ronaldo added. "Ferguson was another one who supported me. He gave me opportunities, education and the chance to play football. It was my pleasure to work under him and I admit that thanks to him, I've come this far.