Inter Milan goalkeeper Julio Cesar insists he remians committed to the Italian champions despite reports of interest from Manchester United.
Current United keeper Edwin Van der Sar will retire in the summer and with Inter eager to sign Bologna's Emiliano Viviano at the end of the season, Cesar, has been linked with a move away from the San Siro.
However, the 31-year-old Brazil international, who has suffered an injury-hit season, says he is happy to stay at Inter until his contract runs out.
"For me Viviano's arrival wouldn't change anything," Cesar told La Gazzetta delo Sport. "I don't see why I should change club when my contract expires in 2014."
As for reported interest from United, Cesar added: "United? I never heard anyone, and from what I know, neither have Inter.
"If the club has something to tell me in future then I will sit down with president Massimo Moratti and speak with him."