Striker Robert Lewandowski has admitted that he could well opt to finish his career with Bayern Munich, having put to bed talk of a possible big-money exit.
The 30-year-old Poland international has scored 173 goals in 219 appearances in all competitions for Bayern, having joined the club from Bundesliga rivals Borussia Dortmund in the summer of 2014.
I fully identify with the club and I could definitely see myself ending my career at Bayern.Robert Lewandowski
He has helped the Bavarian giants to win four Bundesliga titles, completing a domestic double in 2015/16 by also claiming the DFB-Pokal.
His form has seen him linked with interest from the likes of Real Madrid and Juventus, but Lewandowski - who is under contract with Bayern until the summer of 2021 - has now suggested that thoughts of a transfer are gone from his thinking.
He told Sport Bild."There's a very good chance I'll be here for a long time yet. I'm not thinking about going anywhere else.
"Since putting the rumours to rest, my heart has been 100 per cent with Bayern. I fully identify with the club and I could definitely see myself ending my career at Bayern."
Lewandowski scored ten Bundesliga goals in the first half of the season, placing him two behind joint leading scorers Paco Alcacer of Dortmund and Eintracht Frankfurt frontman Luka Jovic.
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