AC Milan forward Kaka has again pledged his future to the Serie A club amid renewed speculation he could join Real Madrid in the summer.
Earlier this week, the Spanish media reported Florentino Perez was close to signing the Brazilian on a pre-contract agreement as part of his bid to return as Real president.
Milan vice-president, Adriano Galliani, immediately refuted the claims and Kaka himself has now said he has no plans to leave the Rossoneri.
"I want to stay here, I have already demonstrated that," the 26-year-old said in an interview with Gazzetta dello Sport.
"I think in recent days too many people have spoken, and now I'm speaking out. I have not had any contact with Real, I have not tried to and I think I have already stated my pleasure and my desire to stay here."
In January a proposed world-record transfer to Manchester City collapsed.