Ghana midfielder Kwadwo Asamoah wants to end his career at Italian champions Juventus.
The 25-year-old has been an important piece to the side since he joined two years ago, helping them to win the Scudetto back-to-back.
The former Udinese man has been linked with a number of stellar clubs in Europe with English and Arsenal believed to be among the serious contenders.
But the Ghanaian international does not see himself leaving the Italian giants.
"I have signed a new contract with Juventus and that is what delights me,” Asamoah told Football411.com.
"I don't see myself playing for any club, am into this club so well to the extent that if I end my career at Juventus I will be ok.
"How many players get the opportunity to be with Juventus and play week and week out, that is how this club is. A lot of legends have played for Juventus and I love it here.
"The future looks bright for me at Juventus and we are hoping that after the world cup things will go on well for us both in Italy and in Europe.
"We have not performed well in Europe but if we are able to forget what happened last season and move on, things will be ok for us."