Kaka has once again pledged his future to AC Milan following a fresh wave of speculation linking him with a summer move to Real Madrid.
The Brazil star is believed to be Florentino Perez's number one transfer target should the high-profile former president return to office at Real Madrid following next month's elections.
But Kaka, who is continually linked with the Spanish giants, claims he has no intention of leaving the Rossoneri.
When asked about the latest reports, the former world player of the year replied: "I have always said that I feel really good at Milan."
Meanwhile, Kaka insists he is focused on helping Milan secure a Champions League place for next season ahead of Sunday's final Serie A encounter with qualification rivals Fiorentina.
"It's going to be a special week, a really delicate one," he added.
"We are facing a really difficult task, but we must ensure that we get into the Champions League."