Gabon striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has revealed he will extend his stay in the German Bundesliga despite persistent interests from top Barclays Premier League clubs like Liverpool and Spurs.
The 26-year-old has scored an incredible 27 goals in 26 appearances for Borussia Dortmund this season to put them second on the log, eight points behind leaders Bayern Munich and has planned to remain at the club he described as his ‘second home’.
Aubameyang told Kicker: “I am very happy here. The people here accept me for who I am. Dortmund has become my second home.
“I learnt a lot through the clubs I’ve played for previously [AC Milan, Dijon, Lille, Monaco] both negative and positive. It’s made me a better person.
“‘Every goal I score feels like the first. It’s a special feeling to play in front of these fans. I don’t know my limits yet.
“I set personal goals every season, that’s very important to me. I have improved in every year I’ve been at Dortmund.”