Ryan Gravenberch has no plans to make a transfer next summer.

The eighteen-year-old Ajax midfielder, who took his first prize with the team from Amsterdam on Sunday, thinks that despite interest from European top clubs, it is not yet the right time to leave.

"I really want to stay at Ajax. I have to develop even more. When I am ready, I am ready. But not yet", Gravenberch told

ESPN

after the cup final won against Vitesse (2-1). in which he scored the opening goal.

Ajax's talent recently noticed during the diptych with AS Roma in the quarter-finals of the Europa League that he still has a lot to learn.

"I didn't really play well against Roma in two games," he said.

"That number 42 (Amadou Diawara, ed.) Was constantly with me. Everywhere I went, he was. I have to find a solution for that, but that will be fine anyway. Today it went well."

Against Vitesse, Gravenberch, who has worked his way up to basic player this season, showed that he is back after a somewhat lesser period.

"The goal also gave me a boost. I am happy with my first prize."

Gravenberch and Ajax continue the season on Thursday with a home match against FC Utrecht and receive AZ three days later.

If both duels are won, the team from Amsterdam will be champions of the Netherlands for the 35th time.

Photo series: Ajax beats Vitesse in cup final

© Pro Shots

© Pro Shots

© Pro Shots

© Pro Shots

© Pro Shots

© Pro Shots

© Pro Shots

© Pro Shots

© Pro Shots

© Pro Shots

© Pro Shots

© Pro Shots

© Pro Shots