AC Milan star Ronaldinho: Berlusconi wants me to stay
The 30-year-old World Cup winner also took the chance to hit back at his critics.
“I don't get angry if people say I don't run,” he told Il Corriere della Sera. “I might not participate in the play, but I give the others assists.
“Actually, you know one thing: they get narked because I do everything that I do from standing still.”
The former Ballon d'Or winner then reacted to doubts about his future at Milan.
“I am not thinking about any club that isn't Milan. Right now I have the luck of not being able to think about money.
“I can put my happiness in first place. I have no reason to be worried. The President told me that I could stay for as long as I want.
“Here's why I am calm."