The Serbian midfielder has shrugged off suggestions that he could leave the Serie A outfit in the upcoming weeks, and says he turned down offers from England and GermanyZdravko Kuzmanovic has made it clear that he has no intention of leaving Inter in the January transfer window.
The Serbian midfielder, who joined from Stuttgart last January, has been struggling to secure regular first team action at the Nerazzurri under head coach Walter Mazzarri and has recently been linked with a winter transfer.
However, Kuzmanovic is determined to prove his worth at the club and has revealed that he turned down a number of offers last summer.
"I definitely want to stay because I'm happy here. I know my team-mates and I feel good," the 26-year-old told Sky Sport 24.
"Is it true I turned down moves to England and Germany last summer? Yes, there were a few offers but I didn't want to leave Inter in June and I'm not thinking about it now either.
"I always say that when the gaffer needs me I'm ready. There are lots of us here and only 11 can step onto the pitch, so it's normal the coach should have to make his choices."
Kuzmanovic has made just three Serie A appearances so far this term due to injuries, and has a contract with Inter until June 2017.