Tottenham Hotspur and England forward Harry Kane wants to spend his entire career at the London club, he told Germany's Bild newspaper on Sunday.
The striker's goalscoring exploits for club and country since his breakthrough at Spurs have earned attention from the Champions League holders, but chairman Daniel Levy is said to be demanding £200 million for him.
Kane has twice won the Premier League Golden Boot and is going well with eight league goals already this season.
"At the moment, everything fits well for me here and I am happy".
Spurs, and Kane in particular, will be hopeful that they can bounce back when they face Borussia Dortmund in midweek in the Champions League. "We have a fantastic team, a great coach, a professional training center and we're getting a new stadium".
Looking ahead to the Dortmund match, Kane says of the first game between the two sides: "Despite our 3: 1 win, it was a close match".
So basically he is saying that an Arsenal win will destroy the Spuds title hopes, not that really have much chance against Man City anyway, but you can't get more pressure than that can you?
On Tottenham's away form, Kane adds (presumably not including at Arsenal away yesterday): "We are not afraid, we have found our style, we are now also winning away from home and we are cleverer".