Zlatan Ibrahimovic has put an end to speculation about his future at AC Milan by insisting that he does not want to leave the Serie A champions.
Earlier on Tuesday, Ibrahimovic's agent had declared that his client was not interested in a new challenge, denying reports that the player had grown unhappy at the club's lack of continental success.
"As I have said many times I'm fine here, I have a contract, I have no other thoughts and I am determined to finish this season well with Milan," Ibrahimovic told Milan Channel. "Milan have given me a smile and the desire to play, my future is here. I have no reason to say anything else: I am playing well because I am fine here, on and off the field.
"I will be back in training after Euro 2012 and my vacation."
The Swedish striker then cast his eye on the situation in Serie A, in which Milan is one point behind leaders Juventus, with only six matches remaining.
"We must stay focused and well prepared for each game," Ibrahimovic said. "We want to win the league again, we are the defending champions. We are a point behind, but if we concentrate then we can get back in front.
"We could have won the matches against Catania and Fiorentina. The important thing is not to repeat our mistakes and do our best in the upcoming games."
Ibrahimovic joined Milan on loan in 2010 from Barcelona, signing for the Rossoneri on a permanent basis last summer.
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