Valencia striker Roberto Soldado has distanced himself from rumors linking him with a summer move to Italian giants Juventus in an exclusive interview with RIA Novosti.
The 26-year-old striker scored 17 goals in 32 games this past season, helping Valencia achieve their target of third place in La Liga and earning him a call-up into Vicente del Bosque's preliminary Euro 2012 squad.
The success has sparked reports linking him with a move to Juventus, where Alessandro Del Piero's contract has expired and is not being renewed.
"Of course, you should never guess what the future may bring, but at the moment I'm at Valencia and want to help my team," Soldado said.
Soldado, who was reared at Real Madrid, said the atmosphere at his home-town club was second to none.
"I have no offers and I am not planning to leave. There can be no better place for me than Valencia. The club trusts me with everything and I do not want to be one of those players who come and go."
Soldado returned to the Spain side in February after a six-year absence, scoring a hat-trick in a 5-0 win over Venezuela.
Soldado, who also scored five times in six Champion league games and twice in seven Europa league matches, said his club has hit its ceiling domestically this year, incapable of matching the spending might of Real and Barcelona.
"At the moment we can't afford more, due to technical, sporting and financial reasons," the forward said.
"Real and Barcelona spend four times as much as Valencia, they can afford the world's best players. The dominance of these teams is inevitable, we should admit it. But also not to forget, the only team that twice won La Liga in the past years is Valencia."
Soldado has started his career in the capital in 2005, but due to a lack of playing time was loaned out to Osasuna, where he was acknowledged as one of the breakthroughs of the season.
Returning to Real 2006, Soldado was unable to compete with La Liga top scorer Ruud van Nistelrooy and was sold to Getafe.
Valencia coach Unai Emery brought in Soldado as a replacement for David Villa, who transferred to Barcelona in 2010.
Soldado's contract expires in June 2014.