Ajax forward Justin Kluivert says he could stay at the club this summer despite speculation linking him with a move to Manchester United and Tottenham.
Kluivert, son of Dutch great Patrick, was vocal in his criticism of the club a few weeks ago, saying that he was being forced to sign a new contract to command a higher transfer fee.
But he has now admitted he is happy at the club and could remain at the Johan Cruyff Arena beyond the upcoming transfer window.
"There are exciting moments coming for me. Let's see what they're going to be," he told Fox Sports.
"In the end, it's my decision. I'm not a hundred percent convinced yet. I have to think things through. To stay at Ajax is definitely an option. It certainly is."
The 19-year-old featured in the 2017 Europa League final against United, and went on to score 10 goals in 30 Eredivisie games last season.