The Denmark international playmaker has made it clear that he has no intention of leaving the Eredivisie champions in 2012, saying he is content to remain in AmsterdamAjax midfielder Christian Eriksen has stressed that he will not leave the Eredivisie giants in the January transfer window, and added that he is unlikely to move at the end of the season as well.
The Denmark international is one of the most sought-after players around in Europe, and has been linked with clubs such as Arsenal, Manchester City, Manchester United, AC Milan and Barcelona.
Nevertheless, Eriksen hinted that he is likely to stay at the Amsterdam Arena until 2013.
"I will definitely not leave Ajax this month, and I probably won't move in the summer either. I have an ongoing contract and I feel like I'm in the right place at the moment," Eriksen said to De Telegraaf.
"Of course, I'm flattered that these big clubs are watching me. A transfer has to be a real step forward for me though."
Eriksen netted the opener in Ajax's 4-2 Eredivisie loss against Feyenoord on Sunday, but was unable to help the Godenzonen to a positive result.