The Real Madrid playmaker Kaka has said that he never considered the possibility of leaving Real Madrid in the summer, despite not getting regular game time over the last few seasons. The 31-year-old Brazilian midfielder has not only lost his place in the Spanish club, but also at the international level. However, he recently made a successful comeback to the international team after more than two years of not playing for the Brazilian team. This follows the impressive form he has shown for Real Madrid over the last few weeks. The 31-year-old has suffered a number of injury problems since his £ 64 million move from AC Milan in 2009.

He has certainly not recovered well from these injuries, what he has learned to play with them. As a result, this has had a positive effect on his game over the last couple of weeks. Even though he is getting enough game time at Real Madrid, there have been suggestions that he may still want to leave the club in the January transfer window. Kaká, though, has rejected such speculation by saying that he wants to remain with the Spanish club at least for the foreseeable future. He has said that he still has three years left on his current contract.

“Even when there was lots of talk in the summer I did not think about leaving because I was sure I could bring a lot to Real Madrid. I still have three years left on this contract and I think I can contribute. I want to continue at Real Madrid, earn a place in the team and win titles. I think those games I had with the Selecao were very good for me. They made it clear that I am in good shape, playing well and it was important for me personally,” said Kaka.