Ghana midfielder Sulley Muntari has dismissed any thoughts of leaving AC Milan after declaring his profound love for the Italian giants.
The 29-year-old joined the Rossoneri in a surprise move from Inter Milan in 2012.
The ex Portsmouth man has since regained his regular form following a temporal blip while with Inter.
Milan have however made some surprise moves in recent times including the sale of Muntari’s international teammate Kevin-Prince Boateng to Schalke.
This makes no player at Italian giants safe but Muntari says life is too good at Milan where he is settled with his family and businesses to even ponder of a move.
“I am loving it now and also I am in the right place with a great family,” he told the BBC.
“They have given me all the opportunity to play and making me feel really cool at home. Everything is wonderful here.”
Muntari’s impressive club form has translated at international level where he helped Ghana secure a massive first leg result against Egypt in the 2014 World Cup playoffs.