Mathieu Flamini has reiterated that he wants to stay with Milan.
The French midfielder left Arsenal for Milan in 2008, but he has struggled to hold down a starting place under coach Leonardo this season.
He has repeatedly been linked with a move back to the Premier League and was a target for Manchester City during the January transfer window.
However, Flamini remains determined to be a success at the San Siro.
“It was a dream to come here,” Flamini told Gazzetta dello Sport.
“I had other possibilities when I left Arsenal, and I would also have them now, but my objective is to stay here and win something.
“Hopefully the Scudetto and fast.”
Flamini also said he doesn’t understand why he does not figure in Leonardo’s plans for Milan.
He added: “You should ask the coach. I have always worked hard and the new system should favour a player like me.
“At Arsenal we also played with two midfielders in front of the defence, Fabregas and I. It’s the role I prefer.”