I am not leaving Real Madrid, insists Callejon

The champions' midfielder has stated his intention to remain at the club, saying that his positive working relationship with coach Jose Mourinho

Real Madrid midfielder Jose Callejon has reiterated his desire to stay at the club, and also stated his ambition to be a part of the Spain squad for the 2014 World Cup.

The 25-year-old winger, who re-joined Los Blancos last summer, has also stated that his relationship with boss Jose Mourinho is another reason why he wants to remain at the capital club.

“I will not move,” he told AS. “I am very comfortable in Madrid. I know [Jose] Mourinho well, and he trusts me. There are many reasons why I want to continue.

I will continue to demonstrate my commitment to [Real] Madrid, and help to win as much as possible.”

The former Espanyol man then went on to praise Vicente Del Bosque's for their Euro 2012 win, and explain why he would like to be a part of the squad in the future.

"“It is a dream for any footballer [to play for their country]. It is clear that I would like to receive the call. It all depends on the coach.

They [Spain] played a great tournament, and have again demonstrated the level of Spanish football. There has hardly been a generation of footballers as good as this one.”

Callejon played 25 times for his club in La Liga last season, scoring five times.