Ajax forward Kasper Dolberg says he is happy to remain at the Eredivisie giants, despite widespread interest from around Europe.
After only one season at the Amsterdam AreA, the teenager has fallen under the radar of Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal and Bayern Munich.
Roma saw an opening bid for the Denmark international fall on deaf ears last month, before Ajax sporting director Mark Overmars issued a hands-off warning.
Nonetheless, the 19-year-old, who scored 23 goals last season, says he's accepted the club's decision and looks forward from learning from Klaas Jan Huntelaar, who recently returned from Schalke.
"That's fine if I am not for sale," he told Ajax TV. "I'm happy here, so there's no reason to leave.
"He [Huntelaar] is very experienced, so I hope I can learn something from him. During training I have watched how he moves. I think we will talk a lot."