Sulley Muntari has insisted he would be 'crazy' to leave Inter Milan during the transfer window.
The Ghana international joined the Nerazzurri from Portsmouth last July and has enjoyed a solid season with Jose Mourinho's side.
He has made 26 league appearances to help Inter retain their Serie A title, but there has still been speculation about his future in recent weeks.
Reports have suggested he could be tempted to return to the Premier League and Tottenham have been heavily linked with a summer swoop.
Harry Redknapp, who worked with Muntari at Pompey, is now in charge at White Hart Lane and is looking to strengthen his squad ahead of next season.
However, Muntari has made it clear to any potential suitors that he is committed to Inter and does not want to go anywhere.
"I'm not moving from Inter - I would be crazy to. I'm very, very happy here," the 24-year-old said in the Daily Star.
"I'm in a winning team, at a great club and I want to keep winning at Inter."