Inter Milan midfielder Wesley Sneijder insists he is happy to stay at the San Siro despite being flattered to be linked with a "beautiful club" like Manchester United.
Sneijder is reportedly high on Sir Alex Ferguson's wanted list and last week Inter chief Massimo Moratti insisted that "the interest from Manchester United in Sneijder is real".
However, Netherlands international Sneijder, who has been earmarked as a replacement for Paul Scholes at Old Trafford, told Dutch radio station Studio Ajax that he was settled in Italy.
He said: "Do I want to go to United? It's a beautiful club. But I'm fine in Milan and not at the point to think about it."
Meanwhile, Tottenham forward Rafael van der Vaart also took part in the broadcast and quipped that Sneijder should move to London rather than Manchester.
"All the players from Man United and [Manchester] City are coming to the city of London in their own time," he joked. "I think that says enough about that city."