Cape Town - Carlos Bacca insists he has intentions of walking out on Sevilla after the season has concluded, amidst reported interest from Manchester United.
The Colombia international has been linked with a move away from the Estadio Sanchez Pizjuan during the off-season following his exploits in front of goal for the Andalusians.
Bacca is in his second year with Los Rojiblancos and has already bettered his goal tally of 14 last term in the league by scoring 17 this time around.
Old Trafford has been suggested as one possible destination for the 28-year-old striker, who is also a reported target for Premier League rivals Liverpool and Arsenal, as well as Atletico Madrid and AC Milan.
But Bacca has no plans to pack his bags and remains committed to the Spanish club's cause, as they look to secure European football next season.
"I will only leave Sevilla if the club want me to go," he is quoted as saying by AS.
"I am happy here and have no intention of leaving."