Germany striker Miroslav Klose has vowed to remain with Bayern Munich next season, despite struggling for regular first-team football last term.
The 31-year-old started his World Cup campaign with a goal in the 4-0 thrashing of Australia, before vowing to fight for his future with the German double winners.
Klose told FIFA.com: "I feel really great at Bayern where I have the opportunity to work with an excellent coach (Louis van Gaal).
"The option of a switch to Kaiserslautern was never something I considered.
"I have been persuaded that I'll get a fresh start at Bayern. After the World Cup we all start from scratch."
Klose joined Bayern in the summer of 2007 from Werder Bremen and has since scored 37 goals in 107 Bundesliga and European appearances for the club.