Dutch playmaker Wesley Sneijder has dampened speculation linking him with Chelsea and Manchester United by declaring that he cannot foresee himself leaving Inter Milan.
"For the time being I'm very happy here," Sneijder, who turned 27 on Thursday, told Dutch magazine The Sport Editions.
"I don't see why I would leave."
He added: "There's a family atmosphere at Inter and there's everything you need to aim high. Milan is a marvellous city; picturesque and stylish everywhere you go. I love it."
Sneijder was a key figure in Inter's league-cup-Champions League treble in 2010, his first season at the club, but enjoyed less success in 2010-11.
Dogged by injury, the former Ajax and Real Madrid schemer played just 25 matches in Serie A and scored four goals.