Robinho: I want to stay with Milan for many more years
Robinho has made it clear that he has no intention to leave AC Milan any time soon, despite almost sealing a return to his homeland this winter.
The Brazilian attacker, who had made it clear he wanted to leave the Rossoneri and return home, came close to rejoining former club Santos, before negotiations broke down.
However, following his 29th birthday on Friday, Robinho has revealed he wants to remain at the San Siro for many years.
He told Milan Channel: "I'm happy to be here for my 29th birthday. I'm happy here at Milan and I hope I'll be here for another five or six birthdays.
"The best present would be three points against Atalanta. I hope that I'll play well against Atalanta. Winning that match would really be a great gift.
"I have more experience now than during my younger years, but the mentality is the same."
The former Manchester City attacker allegedly turned down offers from other Brazilian clubs during the transfer window, with Flamengo, Fluminense and Atlético Mineiro reportedly interested.
Sunday's Serie A game against Atalanta in Bergamo is scheduled to kick off at 14:00.