Wesley Sneijder has ruled out a move away from Inter Milan during the current transfer window.
The Netherlands midfielder is a reported target of Manchester City and Manchester United, but the 27-year-old insists he is staying put.
"I am in good shape and I feel well," Sneijder told Gazzetta dello Sport. "The future? I stay at Inter, I feel good here. How much is left until the end of this transfer window? A week, no? I'm staying here."
Sneijder, who is under contract with Inter until June 2015, has scored one goal in eight league appearances for I Nerazzurri this season.
Motta not likely to move
Meanwhile, Inter president Massimo Moratti hopes Thiago Motta will stay at the San Siro despite strong interest from Paris Saint-Germain.
The Italy international has been linked with a move to the big-spending Ligue 1 club this month, but Moratti told the same newspaper: "Thiago Motta is one of our most important players.
"He has contributed to Inter's success in recent years. This should make him non-transferable. However, the market is what it is and we hope that he will not leave."
The 29-year-old midfielder, who is under contract with I Nerazzurri until June 2013, joined Inter from Genoa in 2009 and has scored three goals this season.