Liverpool forward, Sadio Mane, has said he is happy at Liverpool, following reports linking him with a likely move to Real Madrid.
The Senegalese has been a key figure for the European champions since arriving from Southampton in 2016.
He helped Liverpool win the UEFA Champions League last season, and the Reds are looking to win their first Premier League title in 29 years this term.
Real coach, Zinedine Zidane, is said to be a fan of the 27-year-old, and had reportedly said he would like to have him in his squad.
However, it appears that Mane is settled at Anfield.
“To be honest, I’m really happy to be a part of the club, the family here,” Mane told Complex.
“We have the best fans in the world here, so I’m always so thankful for the support. ‘It’s not just great for me too – it gives the whole squad more motivation to perform. ‘It keeps us hungry to get better and better together…I really struggle to describe how happy I am to be here.”
He jokingly slammed Brazilian teammate, Roberto Firmino, who accused him of copying his goal celebrations.
“Each player in this squad, if you want to keep this celebration as your own it’s quite difficult because we score quite a lot.
“Bobby did that celebration two or three years ago, and I think he has had quite a few celebrations since. My celebration now is what I’m going to carry on doing throughout the year. I know that Bobby will be copying me again soon, you’ll see,” he added.