Cristiano Ronaldo has distanced himself from talk of a sensational return to Manchester United and insists he will remain at Real Madrid until 2015 at least.
Ronaldo moved to Madrid for a world record £80m in 2009 but there has been speculation he could leave the club.
He has spoken of his 'sadness' at the nine-time European champions while also claiming he misses his former club.
Sir Alex Ferguson has confirmed he would love to have Ronaldo back but the player himself says he will honour his Real Madrid contract.
"I want to see out my contract at Real Madrid: I'm very clear about that. After that, well, I don't know what'll happen in the future," he told FIFA.com.
Ronaldo also believes he is under the spotlight at Madrid more than he was at United, adding: "They're the best two clubs in the world and that's why it's always difficult to be successful with them. They've got positive things and less positive things. I think there's more pressure at Madrid than at United.
"I've been here for three-and-a-half years now and I think that's the case because everyone involved is totally focused on winning the club's tenth European Cup. That creates a certain amount of anxiety, which can be felt at all times."