Samir Nasri has pledged his future to Manchester City and ruled out a move to Paris Saint-Germain.
Nasri, 25, has been linked with a return to Ligue 1 this summer amid speculation that he was unsettled under former City manager Roberto Mancini.
The France international started 22 Premier League games for the deposed champions but struggled to produce his best form, scoring just two goals and assisting seven.
However, he has moved to end rumours that he could move on this summer by stating that he is happy in England.
He told Sky Sports News: "It is not true, it is rubbish. They just talk.
"The director of PSG (Leonardo) said maybe he wants to buy some French players and said my name. He is someone I have known for a long time from when he was at Inter Milan.
"I want to stay in Manchester, I don't want to leave, it is just talk."