Manchester United winger Nani insists he has no intention of quitting Old Trafford despite another frustrating season on the sidelines.
The Portugal international has struggled to make an impact in England since his £17million move from Sporting Lisbon in the summer of 2007.
Nani made just seven starts in the Barclays Premier League this season and played a peripheral role in United's run to the Champions League final in Rome.
Fighter: Nani is determined to make his mark with the Red Devils
Manager Sir Alex Ferguson has been unimpressed with the 22-year-old during his two years with the club and it would be no surprise if the Bacrlays Premier League champions tried to cash in this summer.
But Nani is confident he will start next season in a United shirt.
'My future is at Manchester United, of course,' he told the Portuguese press. 'It is a privilege to be at a club like this.
'I won one more title and I am very happy to have won it for these two consecutive years.
'I was born to play football and I feel fine, although I did not play much. I will not leave Manchester United, nor will I be loaned out. I will see out my contract.'