The 26-year-old claims clubs vying for his services, but stressed that he is not thinking about a new challenge just yet, despite reported interest from Chelsea and Manchester CityAtletico Madrid striker Radamel Falcao has indicated that he is not contemplating leaving the club in the summer.
The Colombia international has been strongly linked with a move to Chelsea and Manchester City only one year after arriving at the Vicente Calderon after scoring an impressive 36 goals in all competitions for the Spanish club.
Atletico president Enrique Cerezo has admitted that the club will listen to offers for Falcao, with reports suggesting that the Rojiblancos are keen to balance their books with the sale of the striker.
However, the former Porto man insists that he is determined to see out his contract, which expires in 2016.
"I know that [Atletico CEO Miguel Angel Gil Marin] has said that it was important to enter the Champions League to keep the same group of players, but I am aware that I have four years left on my contract," Falcao told reporters in Colombia.
"These are decisions that the club officials have to make. I know that there are clubs interested in me, but I try to distance myself from that.
"I am not thinking about changing clubs."