The Spaniard was asked about a potential return to Real Betis.
The Spaniard, who gained a reputation last season as a penalty saving expert, was asked many questions – but one which received short shrift from the goalie regarded his future at West Ham.
He was asked if he would consider a return to former club Real Betis, to which he responded:
"In the short term I do not and won’t leave. I'm happy there and playing all the time, as I said I am also well regarded by the club and have a good reputation in the Premier League.
Adrian celebrates after Diafra Sakho scores the second goal for West Ham
“There I consolidate in goal. Here, you hardly know me. I am no longer Adrian of Betis. I have had three years in the Premier (League)."
Adrian then made it very clear that he had no intention of heading back to Spain in the near future and who could blame him.
He is without doubt the undisputed number one goalkeeper at West Ham United, a club seemingly on the up.
The Hammers are moving in the Olympic Stadium this summer and have a talented squad and manager that looks intent on climbing the Premier League table in the years to come.
Adrian will want to be a part of that and West Ham fans will be pleased to hear he has no intention of departing London any time soon.