David Beckham has rejected speculation that he will ask for a move from Real Madrid this season.
The 31-year-old former England captain has spent most of the season on the bench under new coach Fabio Capello and reports have claimed he might quit the club.
But Beckham said: “I am not considering any move at the minute.”
“I’m not going anywhere in January.”
Beckham would be free to negotiate with other clubs from January onwards, joining them as a free agent next summer.
However, Beckham claims he could yet extend his contract at the Bernabeu.
“I have always said I am happy here and I’m not looking to move my family from here,” he added.
“Since the president Ramon Calderon has come in, he has made his feelings clear to me and he says he wants me to stay.
“There hasn’t been a proposal yet, there have been talks with my representatives. The contract talks have been going on since last season but there have been a lot of changes at the club – and they only started up again three weeks ago.
“This season we have had one meeting and we will take it from there. That is where we are at the moment.”
“If it gets to January, nothing changes. I am not leaving. I am not going anywhere.”
Tottenham and Celtic are the latest clubs to be linked with Beckham, although Celtic manager Gordon Strachan laughed off the suggestion.