Keylor Navas remains unfazed by renewed speculation linking Real Madrid with a new goalkeeper after insisting that the number one shirt remains his own.

Rumours the La Liga giants intentend to sign a new stopper has been constant since the club failed to sign David De Gea from Manchester United in the summer of 2015.

Real and United had agreed a deal which was expected to see Navas moving in the opposite direction to Old Trafford but both transfers collapsed on deadline day.

Since, Navas has since helped Zinedine Zidane's side to win two Champions League and one La Liga title.

However, his position at the Santiago Bernabeu has been questioned during the opening part of the season having missed a number of games due to injury.

Last week Cadena Ser show El Larguero claimed that Real will make new attempt to lure De Gea away from United in the summer transfer window.

On Thursday morning (30 November) Marca reported that Los Blancos will instead complete the signing of Kepa Arrizabalaga from Athletic Bilbao once the transfer window reopens in January.

The Spanish publication says that the deal is "imminent" with Real planning to meet his €20m (£17.6m, $23.8m) release clause to ensure he is available to them for the second part of the season.

However, Navas remains calm despite having marked his return from injury in disappointing fashion by conceding twice in the draw with Fuenlabrada in the Copa del Rey clash played at the Bernabeu on Tuesday [28 November] night.

"I feel that I don't have to prove anything to anyone," Navas said to FOX Sports.

"I must enjoy my career and enjoy for being at Real Madrid. You never know what may happen in the future but, for the moment, the one who is here is me. So I have to stay calm and enjoy. Hopefully we can keep winning titles and continue enjoying this experience. What I have clear is that I will continue working hart to give my best."

Having been on the sidelines for more than a month, the Costa Rica international admitted that he is not 100% fit.

However, Navas hopes to regain his best form soon after pointing out that his muscle woes are now a thing of the past.

"I feel well. Thanks god I don't feel any pain anymore. It's is important because I can train to the fullest and be back again at the best level as soon as possible."