Real Madrid goalkeeper Keylor Navas has said he wants to stay at the Santiago Bernabeu "for many years to come" after helping the Spanish giants qualify for the Champions League final at the expense of Atletico Madrid.

Navas, 30, pulled off a string of fine saves as Real held off Atletico 4-2 on aggregate to set up a showpiece final with Juventus at Cardiff's Millenium Stadium on 3 June.

The Costa Rica international's future in the Spanish capital is in doubt with media reports persistently linking Madrid with a summer move for Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea.

But Navas shrugged off concerns over his future, saying he was intent on playing for the 11-time European champions for many more seasons.

"I want to stay at Real Madrid for many years to come," he was reported as saying by the Daily Mail.

"I don't care what people say, I just do my job. I notice the fans' support, it makes me feel well-liked."

Real came close to signing De Gea from United in the summer of 2015, with Navas moving in the opposite direction as part of the deal. However, the move broke down in the eleventh hour on transfer deadline day.

Navas said not having a proper pre-season due to injury had impacted his performances on the pitch for Real this season.

"It hasn't been an easy year for me. Having a reduced pre-season was a major burden for me but now I'm feeling great," the Costa Rican stated.

"I'm grateful for being able to play these sorts of matches."

Real boss Zinedine Zidane insisted last week that Navas would not be affected by rumours linking the club with a move for De Gea.

"He's fine. He is in good spirits. There is much talk about these things but he is focused on what he has to do, in his role and he looks good to me," the Frenchman was quoted as saying.