Madrid - Cristiano Ronaldo refused to commit his future to Real Madrid just hours after becoming the club's joint leading scorer of all time with two goals on Wednesday.
Ronaldo equalled Raul's record of 323 goals for the Spanish giants in their 2-0 Champions League win over Malmo despite Raul playing over 400 games more for Los Blancos than the Portuguese star, who also passed 500 career goals on the night.
Ronaldo has long been linked with a return to Manchester United, where he starred between 2003 and 2009 before a then world record transfer to Madrid.
A move to Paris Saint Germain or even a shock transfer to Major League Soccer in the United States have also been rumoured.
"I am happy here, I want to win things here. I feel good, but as I have said millions of times no one knows what will happen in the future," the three-time World Player of the Year told Spanish radio station Cadena SER.
"We will see what happens tomorrow but at this moment in time I am happy at Real Madrid," he added.
"No one knows what will happen next year. I am happy here, but you never know what will happen in the future.
"I have to achieve things here, I feel good, I want to win things with Real Madrid because I think this club has potential to win things, but I don't know what will happen in the future."