Wayne Rooney has rubbished reports suggesting he has fallen out with Sir Alex Ferguson and claims he intends to stick with Manchester United.
Recent speculation had hinted that Ferguson was ready to cash-in on the England striker over the summer after growing disillusioned with his inconsistent form and a shock transfer request in October 2010.
A bidding frenzy was widely touted; with there likely to be no shortage of takers were Rooney to be placed on the open market.
The 25-year-old has moved quickly to deny the reports, though, claiming his relationship with his manager remains as strong as ever.
He is adamant that he will be going nowhere unless he is forced out of Old Trafford, with it his intention to remain at the club for many years to come and help them cement their standing as a force to be reckoned with in European football.
Asked for his take on the recent rumours regarding his future, Rooney said: "I saw that, but I've never seen such rubbish in my life.
"My relationship with Sir Alex has no problems whatsoever.
"I'm enjoying my football here and if I was going to leave in the summer I wouldn't have signed a new contract when I did.
"I've signed it and I intend to see it through to the end.
"You get angry when people question you. On Sunday I was on the way home from training. I stopped off at the garage to get petrol and a few people asked me if I was leaving in the summer.
"I didn't know where it had come from. I said, 'Where did you hear that?' and he said it was in the newspapers. But I'll be here until I'm well into my 30s.
"I signed a new contract to stay here and unless I'm ever not wanted then I'll be staying here, that's for sure.
"I admit I made a mistake like I've said lots of times, by saying I wanted to leave, but I've committed my future to United and I'm happy and my family are happy so there's no reason for me to move elsewhere.
"I want to try and win more trophies and bring more success to this club."
Rooney hopes he will be getting his hands on a collection of silverware this season, with United still chasing a Premier League, UEFA Champions League and FA Cup Treble.
He believes he is in the best possible physical condition heading into the end of season shake-up, with a couple of early niggles having helped to keep him fresh.
Rooney added: "The last two to three weeks is the best I've felt all season. I feel sharp and if the manager needs me to get up and down the pitch then fine.
"I haven't played as many games compared to this time last season so I feel good, but the more you do play the more consistent you are and better you feel.
"I'm delighted we are still in three major competitions and it's going well.
"I don't think we need to prove anything to people, just probably more to ourselves really.
"We didn't win the league last year or the Champions League and FA Cup, so we need to prove to ourselves that we are capable of doing it.
"At the minute it's going well and we think we can go far in each tournament, but to be honest we have to just take each game as it comes.
"We can't look at the Treble. If you talk about that then it just puts pressure on yourself so we need to just concentrate on each game and see what happens."
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