Kevin de Bruyne
Kevin de Bruyne failed to make the impact expected during his time at Chelsea.

Kevin de Bruyne's agent Patrick de Koster has claimed the former Chelsea winger is not likely to leave the Bundesliga during the January transfer window, even though Wolfsburg's coach recently said Manchester United are interested in bringing him back to England.

Chelsea signed De Bruyne from Genk for around £6.7m in January 2012 as a prospect for the future, but loaned him back to the Belgian side to complete his development.

After another impressive loan spell at Werder Bremen, manager Jose Mourinho decided to take him back to Stamford Bridge in the summer of 2013.

However the Belgium international failed to make the impact expected in the Premier League during the first part of last campaign and the Portuguese boss opted to sell him to Bundesliga side Wolfsburg for £18m last January.

The 23-year-old star has since become one of the sensations of the Bundesliga and after scoring six goals and providing 12 assists during the first part of the current campaign he has reportedly attracted the attention of a number of big European clubs including Bayern Munich, Manchester City and Arsenal.

Wolfsburg coach Dieter Hecking earlier this week revealed United are also monitoring his situation.

"It is normal that clubs like Manchester United look at top people," he said. "This is recognition for both his and our work."

But De Bruyne's agent Patrick de Koster has now claimed that the player is likely to stay at Wolfsburg until the end of the season, although he refused to rule out a summer move away from the Bundesliga.

"There is always going to be interest when things have been going so well but I can tell you Kevin is happy where he is," De Koster told Guardian sport.

"After a difficult time at Chelsea he just wanted to be playing regularly. Now that is happening and Kevin is totally focused on helping Wolfsburg to qualify for the Champions League.

"But after that, who knows? England and Spain are both interesting championships or he could decide that another season in Germany is for the best. But it could be difficult because Wolfsburg paid a lot of money to sign Kevin and there are only a few clubs who could afford the price they will want."