Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez claims he is settled at the club and is focused on retaining their Premier League title.
The 28-year-old Argentina international spent much of last season in his homeland after a fall-out with manager Roberto Mancini after a Champions League defeat at Bayern Munich when he was accused of refusing to warm up.
"I think that now I feel settled at the club and feel good in myself and am working hard," said Tevez in a question and answer session, set up by the club, with fans on Twitter.
After more than three months' absence without permission Tevez returned to England, apologised to the City boss and went on to play a part in the club's first top-flight title win since 1968.
He is still being linked with clubs, AC Milan being reportedly interested again, but he said he is comfortable at City.
Tevez added: "The main aim of every one of the players is to have as good a league campaign as possible and try to be champions again and also get as far as we can in the Champions League.
"This is what all the players want and so does the club."
Tevez further enhanced his status with supporters by revealing his favourite goals were all the ones he scored against former club and city rivals Manchester United.