Bayern star Thomas Muller has reiterated his desire to stay on at the Allianz Arena amidst doubts over his future at the Bundesliga side.
Muller, 22, saw himself being relegated to bit part roles in the later half of the last season by manager Jupp Heynckes. The young attacking midfielder also saw himself losing favor of Germany national team coach Joachim Loew and played the role of a squad player during the Euros 2012.
The Die Roten youth product have drawn interest from Premiership duo of Arsenal and Chelsea this summer but the player insists he wants to stay at the Munich club and see out his current contract which expires in 2015.
He said: “Everyone who knows me knows that FC Bayern is my club. I am a Bayern player through and through and that should not really change.”
But he however insisted that he would look for a move elsewhere if his future at the club is under question as he is not prepared to sit out for major games.
He continued: “I would not be the kind of person to just sit out my contract if I was not satisfied with my situation in my club.
“But I don’t feel any transfer intentions at the moment.”