The club captain remains committed to Madrid and is determined to guide them to more silverware in the years to come
Iker Casillas has made it clear that he has no intention of leaving Real Madrid anytime soon as he wants to help the Santiago Bernabeu side win La Decima.
The experienced goalkeeper has been linked with a move away from Madrid more than once after losing his starting berth to Diego Lopez in 2013, but Casillas has stressed that helping los Blancos to their 10th European Cup title is his main objective for now.
“My decision at the present time is to stay at Real Madrid. I want to win la Decima, more cups and more leagues,” the Spain international told Antena3.
“There’s a lot of speculation about me. Every day there are rumours, and these reports can appear. I am a Real Madrid player, though. It’s where I’ve always been and I want to stay here.
“Having such a long career and playing for this team gives you the chance to win trophies every year, but staying at Madrid for so long isn’t easy. You have to do better every year and the demands keep on increasing.
“Real Madrid is my here and now. I’m delighted to be at Madrid. In five or six years we’ll see.”
Casillas, 32, has a contract with the club until the summer of 2017.