Ajax winger, David Neres has committed his future to the Dutch club, despite speculations linking him with a summer exit.
The 22-year-old has been linked with Manchester United, Atletico Madrid and Everton in the past few months.
But speaking after Brazil won the 2019 Copa America following a 3-1 victory over Peru, Neres told Algemeen Dagblad: "I'm having a beer because I have something to celebrate. I have to be back at Ajax on July 28. My future is with Ajax."
Neres, who was used as a substitute throughout the tournament, added: "It was hard to lose my spot. I did my best, but it was not enough.
"In the end, I'm a part of the team and it's most important that we win. Therefore I'm still satisfied. It's great to win this prize with the national team. It's a dream for me and the other players.
"Now it's time to celebrate. We had a nice party in the dressing room. We danced and after that, it was time to see my family.
"It was a good experience for me to be here and play with experienced players. I feel older myself and more experienced. That's good for my development."
Neres scored eight goals and registered eight assists in 20 Eredivisie starts last season.