Antoine Griezmann has reiterated that any decision on his future rests in the hands of Atletico Madrid.
Reports continue to suggest that the France international will be the subject of big-money offers this summer.
Links to Manchester United refuse to go away, with the Red Devils said to have identified the 25-year-old as their top target.
Griezmann, though, has sought to distance himself from the rumours by pointing out that he has a contract in Spain.
He is not about to be drawn into a debate regarding potential moves elsewhere, with the talented frontman adamant that he will only leave Atleti if the club decide to sell.
Griezmann told beIN Sports: "As I have said so many times in the past, I have a contract with Atlético, I am happy here and so is my family.
“And besides, to leave, first the club has to want to sell me, right?"
Griezmann added on his current situation: "I try to be happy out on the pitch and give my best for the fans.
"Everything's going well. Here we have sun all the year round and that is also a big help".
Another 20-plus goal return this season has helped to keep Griezmann in the spotlight, with the Frenchman still a talismanic figure for an Atletico side chasing a top four finish in La Liga and another appearance in the Champions League final.