Falcao is happy at Atletico

Atletico Madrid striker Falcao has spoken of his desire to win titles with the club after making an impressive start to the new season.

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Falcao: Happy at Athletico Madrid and eager to win more silverware this season

Falcao: Happy at Athletico Madrid and eager to win more silverware this season

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Having already won the UEFA Super Cup this season, Falcao is aiming to win more silverware this season and insists he is happy where he is.

An eye-catching start by Atletico sees them sitting top of their Europa League group, and second in La Liga, just three points behind leaders Barcelona and five points above fierce rivals Real Madrid.

Having already netted 10 league goals this season, the striker has been heavily linked with a move away from the Vicente Calderon to Champions League holders Chelsea.

"I am very happy at Atletico Madrid," said Falcao to the Spanish media.

"I am enjoying how it's going and my main objective is to continue scoring goals so that we can bring great success to the club.

"2012 is my year without a doubt and I believe I can win titles, but only with the help of my team-mates at both Atletico and Colombia."

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