Sergio Aguero has vowed to remain at Manchester City until the end of his new five-year contract.
The Argentine signed an extension that will see him remain at the Etihad until 2019 and joins captain Vincent Kompany and David Silva shrugging off interest from abroad to stay at City.
The trio are joined by Samir Nasri and Aleksandar Kolarov who have put pen to paper on deals until 2019 and 2018 respectively.
Speaking about his new contract, the 26-year-old striker admitted there had been interest in hm from other clubs but promised to honour his new deal.
"The reality seems to be that ever since I came here, during every close season, there have always been rumours suggesting that I might be returning to Spain," he told City's official website, adding: "There has always been this speculation but I certainly never pay much attention to it.
"People hear this stuff flying around and they take it seriously but I can tell the fans and everyone at City to relax; I'm going to be here until I see out my contract.
The Argentina striker has been a revelation since arriving in Manchester from Atletico Madrid in 2011 for a reported £38m.
He has scored a total of 75 goals for the Premier League champions, coming at an extraordinary rate of one every 1.6 games.
He became part of club folklore in 2012 when he scored a last-gasp winner against QPR to secure the City's first league title in 44 years.
The new deal will warn off Barcelona and Real Madrid, who have repeatedly been linked with Aguero since he swapped La Liga for Premier League.
It also allows manager Manuel Pellegrini to plan for the future having tied down most of City's key players and with a new deal for England goalkeeper Joe Hart reportedly in the pipeline.