Highly rated Viktor Fischer has insisted he has no intention of leaving Ajax at such a young age, amid rumoured interest from Manchester United.
The Danish starlet has broken into Ajax's first team in remarkable fashion this season, scoring four goals in this first three starting appearances for the Eredivisie champions, quickly bringing him to the attention of some of European's elite.
Ajax are bracing themselves for a summer where they could lose key men Christian Eriksen and Toby Alderweireld, who have also been heavily linked with moves to Premier League clubs. However, 18-year-old Fischer has assured his club that he has every intention of continuing his footballing education in the Dutch capital.
"I have a lot to learn in Amsterdam," Fischer told Voetbal International. "I think I am a wise guy. I know a lot of young players who made their debut in the national team and then never really broke through.
"Only when you're 25 do you show how good you really are.
"I have accomplished nothing here. It would be arrogant if I thought I was done here."
The Dane, who has already been capped twice at international level, has gone on to score 10 goals in his 17 league appearances for Frank de Boer's side.
The teen, who normally operates from the left wing, rounded off a sublime maiden campaign in the first team by adding a third in Ajax's 5-0 rout of Willem II last Sunday, a win that confirmed their league title.
Unlike Fischer, both Eriksen and Alderweireld may feel they are ready to follow in the steps taken by Jan Vertonghen and Thomas Vermaelen, and leave Amsterdam for the Premier League. Both players are out of contract next summer, which may prompt the Dutch club into cashing in on their prized assets in the coming months.
Eriksen, who has been linked with moves to Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool. indicated earlier in the week that he will wait to see what offers are forthcoming before deciding on his future.