Atletico Madrid midfielder Koke has ended speculation linking him with moves to Manchester United, Chelsea and Barcelona.
The 22-year-old, who has a release clause of £49m, played an integral role in Diego Simeone's side last season as the club ended their 18 year wait for a league title and finished runners up in the Champions League.
Koke's exquisite performances in midfield and in a playmaking role saw Barcelona legend Xavi name him his natural successor for Spain but Barcelona had also been intensely linked with making him the 34-year-old's replacement at the Nou Camp.
The imminent arrival of Sevilla captain Ivan Rakitic has quelled the Catalan's interest but both United and Chelsea are understood to be eager to bring the Spain international to the Premier League, given their own need for new life in their respective midfields.
However Koke, who is vying to feature in Spain's first team in the World Cup, has once again reiterated his desire to remain at the Vicente Calderon.
"My future is with Atletico. I am happy in my club and now I have a deal and do not think about an exit," the midfielder was quoted as saying by Sky Sports.
The midfielder added that his focus remains solely on La Roja's efforts to defend their World Cup grown and admits he may have to be patient for an opportunity in Vicente del Bosque's starting XI.
"Really my head is only focused on the work for Spain in Brazil 2014. My dream is to win this title with minutes in the game, although that depends on the coach.
"I have arrived to the team and each day I learn many things, especially about players such as Xavi and Iniesta."