The striker shone alongside Carlos Tevez for the Argentine outfit as they won the Primera Division title, leading to him being linked with a number of major European clubs.
But the 22-year-old has not been tempted by their advances and insists he will look to continue his development in South America.
"It's very hard to leave, I have everything here," he told Radio Armonia. "That's why they say it's the greatest club in Argentina and one of the greatest.
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"The Premier League and Serie A are the championships best suited to my game.
"I'd like to stay here another six months, but these decisions do not depend on me."