​Manchester United's Spanish goalkeeper David De Gea has reiterated that he is happy at the ​Theatre of Dreams but has hinted that he will think about his future if Jose Mourinho's team do not win a trophy next season.

De Gea was interviewed ahead of Spain's ​World Cup campaign and was obviously asked about a potential transfer to ​Real Madrid as reports in Spain have again hinted that Perez will be looking to lure the Spaniard away from United this summer.

However, the United keeper is happy to remain in Manchester as long as they win trophies. In the interview with COPE, De Gea said, "On August 30, I want to be at my home, calm and without thinking about anything except my team. I don’t think Florentino Perez has my number."

He then reiterated that he is not sure of his future but is happy to stay at Manchester United but wants to win trophies. De Gea said, "I don’t know if I’ll be the goalkeeper at Real Madrid, what I do know is that I’m very happy in Manchester. What I want is to win titles, like every other player."

It will definitely be interested to see if Real Madrid indeed make a last ditch attempt to sign De Gea or move ahead with their other ​goalkeeping targets including AS Roma's Alisson Becker..