Manchester United target Arturo Vidal has quashed suggestions he will leave Juventus and insists he is happy in Turin.
The Chile international, whose exploits at Bayer Leverkusen earned him a move to Juventus last year, played a key role as the Turin side romped to an unbeaten Serie A season and title success last term.
His vibrant displays in the heart of Juve's midfield have unsurprisingly caught the eye of Europe's big spenders, with Manchester City, Real Madrid and PSG all thought to be rivalling Manchester United for his signature.
However, the 25-year-old says interest from other clubs is normal - but insists it will not tempt him to leave the Old Lady.
He told La Stampa: "You always start with dreams, and when you arrive in a great team the others look at you. But I'm happy here."