The 22-year-old has emphatically denied rumours that he is looking to leave the Allianz Arena, despite previously admitting that he was dissatisfied with his current situationBayern Munich attacking midfielder Thomas Muller has moved to categorically dismiss reports that he could be on the way out of the Bavarian giants this summer.
The 22-year-old struggled for form last season, and accordingly lost his place in the starting line-up to Toni Kroos for key games such as both legs of the Champions League semi-final against Real Madrid.
Before Euro 2012, he admitted that he was considering a move to Serie A giants Inter, but has now reaffirmed his commitment to his boyhood club.
"Anyone who knows me knows that Bayern are my club," he said according to Bild.
"I am not the type of person who is willing to sit out his contract if the situation at the club is unsatisfactory, but I have absolutely no intention to leave at the moment.
"I'm a Bayern player through and through, and this will not change."
Muller joined the Bavarian club as a 10-year-old in 2000, and since making his professional debut four years ago, has made over 190 competitive appearances.