Tottenham Hotspur forward Erik Lamela has dismissed fresh reports suggesting he will leave the club this summer.
Lamela, who became the club's record signing upon his arrival from Roma in 2013, continues to be linked with a return to Serie A.
The Evening Standard reports that Inter Milan boss Roberto Mancini is desperate to make the Argentina international part of his overhaul of the Nerazzurri squad this summer and has urged the club's sporting director Piero Ausilio to convincer Spurs to do a deal.
But the 23-year-old insists he is happy at White Hart Lane and cannot see himself playing anywhere else next season.
"I obviously see myself here," Lamela was quoted as saying by Fox Sports. "Those questions [about his future] start to be usual but I am very good here and I see myself here."
Lamela's first season in the Premier League was uneventful as he slowly adapted to a new country, failing to impose himself under both Andre Villas-Boas and Tim Sherwood.
But under the leadership of his compatriot Mauricio Pochettino, the former Roma star has been given a consistent role in the first team, making 42 appearances in all competitions this season.
Lamela could be the last lavish signing the club makes for a few years. In a recent meeting between club chairman Daniel Levy and the Tottenham Hotspur Supporters' Trust, it was revealed Spurs will abandon the strategy of exorbitant spending, which saw them spend over £100m ($154m) in the summer of 2013 following Gareth Bale's departure to Real Madrid.
Instead, the club will revert to the policy of signing young players for fees in the region of £10m to £15m, in addition to continuing to focus on youth development.