The 22-year-old has attracted the interest of several big clubs over the summer, including Bayern Munich, Dortmund, Arsenal and Napoli, but chose to renew his contract to remain at Gladbach until 2015.
Reus is regarded as one of the brightest prospects in Germany, having been called up to Joachim Low's squad recently, but injuries has kept him from making an appearance thus far.
The versatile striker, who can double up as a midfielder, hopes to play in Europe's premier club competition one day, but insists that he has no intention of leaving the club yet.
Reus told Spox: "The dream of every footballer is to play with a top club in the Champions League. A professional should always have this goal and I feel this way,
"I'm only 22 and still have a few years ahead of me - I focus on today and that's Borussia."
Borussia Monchengladbach are currently third in the Bundesliga with 13 points from six games. If they are able to maintain their current form, Reus may just remain at the club for a taste of Champions League football.