Ahly's Gabonese striker Malick Evouna has denied suggestions of a rift with teammates and confirmed that he is happy at the club.
Media reports suggested that the Gabon international striker who joined Ahly in the summer has expressed his desire to leave the club as he struggled to deal with his teammates.
"I have no intention to leave the club," Evouna told reporters on Sunday.
"Playing at Ahly was one of my biggest dreams.
"My relation is excellent with my teammates and I am lucky to be able to work with this group."
The 23-year-old said that he is keen to win all possible titles with the club as he believes that his success with the Cairo giants would open the door for him to move to Europe as he is hoping to play in the Bundesliga.
"I know well that my success with Ahly will help me to move to Europe." he added.
"I hope to help the club to win all possible titles."
"I like the Bundesliga because it is the most suitable competition for me."
Evouna joined Ahly in the summer with a reported $2.5 million fee and has scored six goals with the club so far, including one in the Cairo derby against Zamalek this month.
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