James Rodriguez has reiterated his desire to stay at Real Madrid and win more titles with the Spanish giants.
The Colombian international said that he has no intentions of leaving the Santiago Bernabeu antytime soon and he hopes to build a legacy with the club.
Rumours have been rife, with many claiming a January exit could be a possibility for the 26-year-old.
James has been struggling to become a first-team regular ever-since Zinadine Zidane took over the reigns at the Santiago Bernabeu.
The Colombian has however stated that he has no intention of leaving the Los Blancos just yet.
“I am happy here. I hope I can play the final and add yet another title,” James said.
“I hope to continue doing good things.”
“When you want to play at a club like Real Madrid, you always have to know that it’s a team that wants to win titles, and is used to winning titles.”
James Rodriguez has started just four games for the Champions League winners and has a total of eight La Liga appearances this season.