Javier Saviola is willing to fight for his place at Real Madrid and insisted the club can land a trophy treble this season.
Saviola joined Madrid last summer from Barcelona on a free transfer after being frozen out by Barca boss Frank Rijkaard.
But he has found first-team opportunities just as hard to come by at the Bernabeu and has been a peripheral figure under Bernd Schuster in the first half of the season.
The Argentinian has no intention of leaving the Primera Liga leaders, however - at least not in January.
'In all honesty the thought of leaving has never entered my head,' Saviola told the club's official website.
'I will keep working to be able to play and to battle for my place and if at any point I see that the situation isn't the best then I may consider it, but not now.
'All I want for the new year is the continuity that every player craves - the pride of feeling useful for a team and helping my team-mates.
'In sport you always want to feel useful, to be able to play those minutes that you want. But I also want the team to continue on their run so that things continue going well.'
And as he prepares for Wednesday's Copa del Rey second leg against Alicante, Saviola believes Madrid could by successful on three fronts this season.
It would be a major shock if Real did not make it into the fifth round of the cup while they hold a seven-point lead at the top of the Primera Liga and have qualified for the first knockout round of the Champions League.
'We know that winning three competitions isn't easy,' added Saviola. 'But I think we have everything we need.
'We'll look at the situation as it happens, but from my point of view, we have the team to battle for all three trophies.'
Saviola stressed though that the Primera Liga title race is not already settled despite Madrid's 1-0 win at Barca just before the winter break.
'I think winning that game was very important for us,' said Saviola. 'We won well, battling and playing good football.
'The most important thing though is to realise we won an important game but the league isn't won.
'Having the team they have, I think the worst thing that could happen to us is to relax. We're seven points clear, but if we do relax and think we have won the league it could act against us.
'They are a great team and of course they will battle until the final day and we have to keep the same mentality that we had at the Nou Camp.'