Santos playmaker Ganso, who has been linked with a move to Arsenal, has dismissed suggestions that he could leave the Brazilian club this summer.
A number of English clubs have been monitoring the 22-year-old for some time, with Chelsea, Manchester United, and Tottenham all known to have been showing interest.
After it emerged last week that Arsenal were also keen on the Brazil international, who is in England for the London 2012 Olympics, Santos vice-president Odilio Rodrigues had been quoted as saying that the midfielder, who recently rejected a new contract, did not want to play for the Brazilian outfit anymore.
Rodrigues had also stated that Santos would not block a potential move should clubs firm up their interest over the summer.
However, Ganso insists he has no plans to leave Santos, and his only focus right now is helping his country to win gold at London 2012.
Speaking to reporters, he insisted that recent comments made via Twitter were not meant to indicate he was seeking a move.
"I heard a lot of things that were not correct, Twitter was just a way for me to show to everyone what I was thinking and feeling," said Ganso.
"Today, my future is at Santos. I have a contract until 2015, and right now I am focused on winning the gold at the Olympic Games for the Selecao."
Internacional last week also confirmed their interest in Ganso as a possible replacement for compatriot Oscar dos Santos Emboaba Junio, who is expected to complete a £25million move to Chelsea this summer.