Diego Lugano says "there's no doubting" his commitment to Paris St Germain, with the Uruguay international insisting that he is not "daydreaming about something else".
Lugano, 31, has struggled to make an impression since arriving at the Parc des Princes, starting only nine Ligue 1 games but he has reportedly attracted the attention of Serie A leaders Juventus, who showed an interest in him before he left Fenerbahce for PSG last summer.
However, the former Sao Paulo centre-back insists he does not care for transfer speculation and is concentrating on ending PSG's 18-year wait for a Ligue 1 title triumph.
Asked whether he was interested in playing in England, Spain or Italy, Lugano told FIFA.com: "I'm not. I've already played for Sao Paulo, the biggest club in Brazil; in Turkey, where they live football incredibly passionately, for a club like Fenerbahce, which has more followers than you could even imagine.
"And now I'm at PSG, the biggest club in France, at the heart of a very ambitious project. I genuinely prefer to enjoy where I am right now rather than daydreaming about something else.
"Last year I agreed to the switch because of the challenge involved, which was something I needed. I wanted to start from scratch and get myself fired up again. I needed to feel the adrenaline and the pressure that goes with playing for a different team, a big club that has gone years without winning titles and needs to remedy that urgently.
"I''m going to give it my all and I can only hope that people will see that. There's no doubting my commitment to the cause."
Lugano said that the only future move he is contemplating is a return to Sao Paulo, for whom he played for three years before moving to Europe in 2006.
"Yes, sooner or later I'll go back to Brazil to play for Sao Paulo, which is the club where my career took off," Lugano said. "I feel an affinity with the club, and their fans are always asking me to go back. In Turkey too I left a mark, but I think my only chance of going back to South America would be with Sao Paulo."