Arsenal and Manchester City target Iker Casillas has again expressed his desire to stay at Real Madrid despite his reduced first-team status at the Bernabeu. Former Real boss Jose Mourinho dropped Casillas last term and his successor Carlo Ancelotti has also used Diego Lopez as his first-choice goalkeeper. Casillas' involvement has been limited to cup competitions - namely the Champions League and Copa del Rey - and reports in Spain earlier this month claimed he would consider a switch to the Emirates next summer if his first-team prospects do not improve. However, the Spain international insists he is fully committed to his boyhood club and is not thinking of leaving anytime soon. "Today I want to stay at Real Madrid and win 'La Decima' (the tenth European Cup)," he is quoted as saying in Spanish newspaper Sport.