Antoine Griezmann has reiterated his commitment to Atletico Madrid amid constant speculation about a potential move away from the Spanish capital club in the summer.
The French midfielder has been linked with a move to the Premier League with reports suggesting that Manchester United are close to finalising a move after agreeing to meet his €100m (£86.3m, $107.8m) release clause.
Griezmann, however, made it clear yet again that he is not leaving Atletico and also admitted that it is getting 'quite tiring' having to answer the same question over and over again after stating numerous times that he is happy to remain in Spain. The 26-year-old has had yet another prolific season with the La Liga side scoring 22 goals in 42 appearances thus far, which has attracted interest from clubs across Europe, including United, Chelsea and La Liga rivals Barcelona.
"It's always the same question and I now don't know what to say," Griezmann told Spanish publication AS."I find myself repeating myself and I certainly see myself here.
"I feel it's an answer that I've given so many times now but that very question is quite tiring," he added.
Atletico are preparing for the derby against city rivals Real Madrid on Saturday (8 April) and Griezmann is confident they can get a positive result and reduce a 10-point deficit between the two clubs on the table. Diego Simeone's team are in third place and are unlikely to challenge for the title this time around with the France international admitting that securing the automatic Champions League position – third place - is the priority at the moment.
"I'm feeling good and focusing on Saturday's game. It's a huge game for our fans and the team and I hope all works out well for us. I always have the utmost confidence in my team mates and I'd go as far as to say that I fancy us to get a positive result on Saturday," the French midfielder added.