Last Updated: Fri, 18 Oct 2013 08:31
Adnan Januzaj remains fully committed to Manchester United and has revealed his ambition to 'become the best player in the world'.
The United winger, in an exclusive interview with Kosovo TV, also admitted that his father will decide which country he eventually plays for - a big clue that Belgium are wasting their time in still trying to call him up.
He said: "It is my dad that decides which national team I will play for. I will just listen to him,"
Abedin Januzaj took exception to comments made by Belgium coach Marc Wilmots this week, and said their increasingly desperate attitude would only make his son hostile to an approach from his country of birth.
"This is shameless," he said. "We never reacted on selections, phone calls or letters from the Belgian FA.
"They are requesting his selection, not us. Wilmots' remarks won't make it easier now. We are angry about these comments."
Meanwhile, his son remains totally focused on playing for United and is not thinking about the lucrative contract offers set to come his way in the future from Old Trafford, or many Spanish, Italian or German clubs.
"I want to give the maximum for United and become the best player in the world. I am a United player and will give everything for United," he added.
"I am happy at Manchester United and I want to commit myself 100 per cent in every game to do my best."
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