The 29-year-old has been linked with a move away from the Spanish capital having struggled to establish himself at the Bernabeu, and some reports have suggested he could be tempted to join Chelsea where he could be reunited with former AC Milan manager Carlo Ancelotti.
His mother is also moving to London to work as a preacher, but Kaka insists he will not be following her.
When asked about his future at a boot launch by www.goal.com, he said: "I want to stay at Real Madrid and I want to play for Real Madrid.
"My mother is coming to live in London next year. She is a preacher and she is coming to talk about God.
"But I have a challenge with Real Madrid. I don't want to think now about playing in the Premier League or going back to Italy.
"I want to get back in good shape and play for Real Madrid next season.
"I have a good relationship with Carlo but the truth is that I want to stay in Madrid, I want to play in Madrid and I want to live in Madrid."