Radamel Falcao has made clear his happiness at Atletico Madrid, but again declined detailed comment on his future.
The forward has been continuously linked with a transfer out of the Vicente Calderon in light of some eye-catching form during 2012.
However, in speaking to French television this week, the 26-year-old did make clear once more that he is not unhappy where he currently is.
“I am very happy at the club, I love it, I fell important in the city and I feel very comfortable,” commented Falcao.
However, the player was then pushed for an answer on speculation that he may leave, with Paris Saint-Germain one of the many clubs linked with a move this summer.
“France is a wonderful country. PSG have a very ambitious sports project, they have invested a lot of money to form a powerful team.”
The Colombian was the only non-Barcelona or Real Madrid player to make the 2012 FIFA FIFPro World XI at the FIFA Ballon d’Or awards earlier this month.
“I care just for playing and for being in the elite among the world. My desire is to compete against Messi and Cristiano and when I play against them to try and beat them.
“There is always room for improvement in some way, if I score five goals in one game then the next day I’m going to want more.”