Villa striker Juan Pablo Angel has dismissed reports saying he wants to leave because of his lack of first team places.
The Columbian hit man said 'I am very happy where I am'.
Angel, who only has two goals this season, both scored in the Premiership, has spent a good time on the bench this year as Luke Moore, Milan Baros and Kevin Phillips have added competition to the striker positions.
Seems Angel wants to be a Lion for life, and why not, get the service to the strikers sorted and we've got some lethal finishers.
He said: ''My children have grown up in England and my family is totally adapted to England. 'I have already been in this country for five years and besides that, three coaches have been here and I have always been in their plans. 'I would like to end my career in this team, where I am treated well, despite that sometimes you think of changing. 'But I am very happy where I am.'
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