By ESPNSTAR.com staff
Bojan has recently concluded his first season in Serie A and scored seven goals in 37 matches, but he lost his place in the Roma starting XI towards the end of the season and was said to be considering his future at the club.
The 21-year-old was brought to the club at the start of the campaign from Barcelona by fellow Spaniard Luis Enrique, who recently left the club after an inconsistent campaign saw the Giallorossi finish 7th in Serie A.
However, Bojan insists the departure of the former Barcelona B coach does not necessarily mean he will be the next out the exit door, and reveals he is enjoying life in the Italian capital.
"My future? We must talk about it but I can say that I am very happy at Roma and that it will not depend on the new coach," Bojan said.
"This is a good team and I really like it.
"I am very satisfied with my own season because football in Spain is very different and for the strikers, Italian football is the hardest."
Barca retain the option to re-sign the Spain international in the summer of 2013 for a fee of €13million, although given their wealth of options in attack, it's unlikely he will be seen as a necessary addition at the Nou Camp.