Atletico Madrid star Antoine Griezmann insists he is happy at Atletico Madrid despite interest from Manchester United and Chelsea, adding that he wants be at the club when they move into their new stadium next summer.
The France international is contracted to the La Liga giants until 2021 but his recent decision to part company with former agent Iñaki Ibañez has reignited talk of a move to the Premier League further down the line. The Mirror claims Jose Mourinho has already earmarked him as next summer's priority target.
Diego Simeone's decision to shorten his contract at the Vicente Calderon by two years has also prompted talk of a move, with Griezmann previously insisting the Argentine's continued presence at the club was key to his decision to stay.
The 25-year-old insists his mind is solely on winning more honours with Atletico however and hopes to continue doing that when the club move into their new 67,000-seater home in 2017.
"I am very good at Atleti, with my team-mates, I see that we can achieve important things," Griezmann told Spanish radio station Onda Cero. "With Simeone I am learning so much. Right now, I do not think about anything other than Atleti. The aim is to continue with Atleti and to see the new stadium."
With his future at Atletico so dependent on that of Simeone, Griezmann admits he feared the coach would move on in the summer following the heartbreak of another Champions League final defeat to Real Madrid.
"I was afraid of Simeone leaving this summer – I need to continue learning from him," Griezmann said. "I called him and he reassured me. I need to work with Simeone, I need to learn from him and Atleti needs it too."
Griezmann was on target for Atletico on Sunday, scoring the only goal of the game in a victory over Deportivo to lift his side up to third place, two points behind Real and one off Barcelona.