Asked if he must rebuild his relationship with fans, Ade said: "I don't know. I think so. It's normal because when there is speculation, they believe in what they read.
"But I hope I'm in a good situation. Most of the fans love me and that's the most important thing."
He added: "For me, what happened in the summer is already behind me and now it's up to me to play my game and score some goals.
"Football fans are like that. You show them that you are happy and that you have the desire to want to play for your team.
"I will try to do that all this year. Since the beginning of the discussions I always told the boss of my desire to stay with the club.
"When you net 30 goals in a season, a lot of clubs come to look for you but this club is one of the biggest in the world.
"It's fun, we have a lot of young players and I have the chance for a good career at this club."