Reus rules out Dortmund exit amid Manchester United links

The versatile attacker is happy with life at his current club and has set his sights on Champions League and World Cup glory
Marco Reus has stressed that he is happy with life at Borussia Dortmund and is not thinking about a transfer amid rumours linking him with Manchester United.

The Premier League champions supposedly see the 24-year-old attacker as a valuable addition as they aim to add some more creativity to their squad, while clubs such as Manchester City and Barcelona have also been linked with the Germany international.

However, Reus is focused on BVB and is happy with life at last year's Champions League finalists.

"I have a contract with Borussia Dortmund and I am happy to be here," he told Bild when questioned about his future.

"All I can say about is that I am not thinking about a transfer. I am focused on BVB and anything else is something for the future."

Reus, who has a contract with Dortmund until June 2017, then went on to discuss the remainder of the 2013-14 campaign and made it clear that he wants Champions League and World Cup glory.

"These are two very big goals and both are not entirely unrealistic," he continued.

"Who knows what we can achieve in the Champions League. Nobody thought we could make it to the final last season either.

"We finally want to win the World Cup again with Germany and will have to show our ambition right from the start of the competition. We will prepare meticulously for this amazing tournament."