Cristiano Ronaldo is refusing to discuss his future at Real Madrid until he has helped his side atone for a disappointing start to the season.
The Portuguese forward has been the subject of intense speculation since admitting he was "sad" at the Bernabeu for professional reasons back in September.
Recent reports in Spain also suggested Ronaldo was stalling over an offer to extend his stay in Madrid beyond 2015, with big-spending Paris Saint-Germain rumoured to be interested in acquiring the 27-year-old's services.
The future of Ronaldo's countryman and current Real boss Jose Mourinho is similarly unclear, with the capital club trailing fierce rivals Barcelona by 16 points amid rumours of unrest behind the scenes.
But in an interview with Spanish newspaper AS, the 22-goal man stressed his commitment to Mourinho's project, which continues against Real Sociedad on Sunday.
He said: "I feel great and I'm convinced that this year will be better than last year. I'm feeling good and re...