Long-term Liverpool target Seydou Keita has revealed he is enjoying life after his summer move to China and will not be following Didier Drogba back to Europe.
The former Barcelona man, who is currently out in South Africa at the African Cup of Nations with Mali, reportedly snubbed a switch to Anfield in the summer, and instead favoured a move to the Far East.
And while Drogba has since joined Galatasaray and Anelka has move to Juventus on loan in the January transfer window, Keita has confirmed he has no interest in quitting Dalian Aerbin FC and returning to Europe.
"I left the best club in the world six months ago, so I'm not going back," Keita said.
"The difference between me and others is that they left because of payment problems, that is not the case with me.
"I brought the team up to fifth, whereas before they were 14th.
“I’ve scored a lot of goals, it's going very well for me."