Spartak Moscow midfielder Demy De Zeeuw says he has no intention to return to Russia when his loan deal at Anderlecht ends in the summer.
The Belgian giants signed the former Netherlands international on loan in the January transfer window, but the player needed a while to adapt to the new surroundings.
He seems to have finally nailed down a regular starting berth, and plans to remain at Anderlecht for the foreseeable future.
“I want to win the title with Anderlecht. And, I hope I can stay on, because I will not be going back to Moscow,” De Zeeuw told Het Nieuwsblad.
It remains to be seen whether Anderlecht can reach an agreement with the Russian club over a permanent transfer, while Sevilla are also believed to be keen on the 29-year-old.
Demy De Zeeuw was regarded as one of the most talented holding midfielders in Europe during his time at AZ Alkmaar and Ajax, but things started taking a wrong turn when he joined Spartak Moscow.
He is now hoping to revive his career at Anderlecht, and doesn’t seem to be willing to return to the Russian Premier League.