Giampaolo Pazzini has made it clear that he has no intention to leave AC Milan in the summer transfer window as he is happy with life at the Rossoneri.
Reports in the past few months suggested that the former Inter striker could be on his way out at the end of the season following the arrival of Mario Balotelli in January, but Pazzini has stressed that he's not thinking about a transfer.
"I am not going anywhere this summer. I am not on the market and will stay at Milan," the attacker was quoted as saying by Tuttosport.
"I’m doing well here and I’m happier here than ever. I had already heard that this club was different, a really unique atmosphere. But, until you’re really here, you can’t really understand it.
"There’s an impeccable level of organisation and the players are really put in the best possible shape to go out and perform."
Pazzini has netted 15 goals in 27 Serie A appearances this season.
Milan hold a marginal upper hand over Fiorentina in the fight for the third and final Champions League qualification spot as the season heads for a climax in May.