James Rodriguez has outlined his intention to remain at Bayern Munich beyond the end of the current season. The Colombia international signed a two-year loan deal last summer having fallen out of favour at Real Madrid under the management of Zinedine Zidane. Bayern beat of competition from Premier League giants Manchester United and Chelsea last summer for the services of the 26-year-old who has regained his best form since Jup Heynckes replace Carlo Ancelotti in October. Asked by the Sun if he would consider a move to England. He said: ‘At Bayern I’m fine, I’m good at Bayern.
‘In France (at Monaco) I was playing, now at Bayern I’m always playing and I think that’s good to arrive (at the World Cup) with a good rhythm. ‘What the not-so-good moments gave me at Real Madrid, I think they helped me grow. ‘With time you learn to be calmer. I always want to be good, but with the time you also learn to be calm.’ Rodriguez starred at the last World Cup, sharing the Golden Boot with Lionel Messi in Brazil, and he believes he is ready primed to make a similar impact this summer in Russia. He added: ‘I’m at the same level I was. I played well because in that year I was playing regularly too. ‘You always dream to have a great World Cup. I hope that will be the case.’