Real Madrid midfielder Kaka says that he is not planning to leave the Santiago Bernabeu during this transfer window.
The Brazil international has been a subject of transfer speculation since last summer following a disappointing debut campaign in Spain's Primera Division for Madrid in 2009/10.
The 29-year-old spent much of last season sidelined with injury and there have been reports linking him with moves to his former club AC Milan as well as to Inter Milan.
In recent days French big spenders Paris St Germain have been reported to be interested in the former Sao Paulo star.
However, Kaka has continuously insisted that he wants to carry on playing for Los Blancos and has once again stated his desire to gain coach Jose Mourinho's trust and win back his place in the first team.
"My plan is to remain with Real Madrid and to obtain the confidence of the coach," he told Spanish sports daily Marca.
Kaka's current contract with the former Spanish and European champions runs until the summer of 2015.