The Spaniard has been linked with some of England and Europe's biggest clubs having proved a revelation at the Liberty Stadium, but insists he is happy where he is
The attacking midfielder won his first cap for Spain in their 2-1 World Cup qualifying win over Belarus on Friday.
Michu, 27, has proved a shrewd acquisition by Swansea manager Michael Laudrup, scoring 27 goals in 56 appearances since his £2 million move from Rayo Vallecano in July 2012.
The Spaniard's form helped the Welsh club to the League Cup last season and his recent call-up from the world and European champions has increased speculation surrounding his future at the Liberty Stadium.
Still, Michu - who penned a new four-year contract with Swansea in January - is adamant he has no immediate desire to move on.
"I am not thinking about that at the moment," he told Marca.
"I am enjoying myself very much at Swansea.
"It's a modest team but we are competing in Europe (in the UEFA Europa League) and we already won a title last season, the first in the club's history."
Michu is in Spain's squad for Tuesday's final qualifier against Georgia in Albacete, which Vicente del Bosque's side require just a point from in order to seal their spot at Brazil 2014.