Daniele De Rossi has reiterated his desire to stay at Roma, as the January transfer window looms.
The Italy international has been far from a regular in coach Zdenek Zeman's plans so far this season, with Goal.com revealing that AC Milan had become the latest club interested in the player's signature.
The 29-year-old put in a storming performance in the Giallorossi's 4-2 victory over Massimiliano Allegri's side last weekend, and he has since affirmed his commitment to his boyhood club, insisting he has never contemplated a move away from Stadio Olimpico.
He told the New York Times: “I was born in Rome. For me, it is the normal thing to play right here. I never tried, or really wanted, to play outside for another team.
“For me, it is amazing, great. I first came to the training centre when I was 12-years-old. It’s my home.
“President James Pallotta said I am not on the market, not for sale. I repeat, I still love this city and the club. Everything I love is here. It would be so difficult for me if I have to change.
“If some clubs want me, my manager will have to talk with them.
“I live for this club. My story is that I live for the club and, for me, leaving would be a drama, a big drama. I would like to stay here.”