Marco Reus has squashed rumours of a move from Borussia Dortmund to Manchester United.
The attacking midfielder says he is happy at Dortmund and looking to expand on his success at the club.
The attacking midfielder has also been linked to the likes of Manchester City and Barcelona, but he says he is stay put.
“I have a contract with Borussia Dortmund and I am happy to be here,” said Reus.
“All I can say is that I am not thinking about a transfer.
“I am focused on BVB and anything else is something for the future.”
Reus still has two-and-a-half years remaining on his current contract at Dortmund.
Following the squashing of the rumours suggesting his departure from the club, Reus stated that on a personal level he is hoping for World Cup and Champions League success this year.
“These are two very big goals and both are not entirely unrealistic,” added Reus.
“Who knows what we can achieve in the Champions League. Nobody thought we could make it to the final last season either.”
Touching on international duty for Germany, he said: “We finally want to win the World Cup again with Germany and will have to show our ambition right from the start of the competition.
“We will prepare meticulously for this amazing tournament.”