The agent of Valencia midfielder David Silva has played down talk of a summer transfer for his client, despite interest from the likes of Liverpool, Chelsea and Real Madrid.
The talented 22-year-old rose to prominence in helping Spain become European champions this summer, but Silva is set to pledge his future to Los Che.
His representative, Julio Llorente, told AS: "He wants to stay at Valencia. From that starting point we'll see what happens, but staying at Valencia is his first choice.
"After that, if other opportunities arise then we'll analyse them, but at the moment he's very happy here.
"If in the next few days anything comes up which changes that then we'll have to weigh it up and make a decision.
"David wants to stay and he has a contract. Lots of clubs have shown an interest in him, for that reason he wants Valencia to show him that they value him.
"That's normal, but he wants to stay. David is a Valencia player and unless they tell us otherwise he'll be a Valencia player for five years."