Former Manchester United starlet Paul Pogba insists he wish to remain at Juventus despite reported interest in a return to the Premier League, and in particular Arsenal.
Claims emerged last week that Pogba could be the subject of a bid from the Gunners, who are believed to be looking to spend big this summer in order to compete for trophies again.
The 20 year old has starred for Juventus since making the move away from United in the 2012 summer, proving that he is well as truly worthy of a starting place in the senior line-up which Sir Alex Ferguson often deprived him of.
And the goal-scoring midfielder says he's happy to stay and prove himself at Juventus, with a Serie A title now on his list of achievements as the club look to bolster further in the summer.
"I'm good at Juventus but I want to focus only on the World Cup," Pogba told French newspaper Le Parisien. "On my future I have no news, so of course I will stay at Juventus."
Pogba will be hoping to continue to be given signficant playing time for Juve next season, in the hope of keeping his place in the France national side and earning selection for the 2014 World Cup.
Arsenal were one of many clubs who were monitoring Pogba's situation at United, as he went into the final year of his contract. Ferguson continually insisted that he would stay at the club, and when he left the manager made his feelings of dissatisfaction over the issue clear.
But Pogba has since shown Ferguson that perhaps he was deserving of a real chance in the senior squad, and Arsenal have continued to monitor the situation.
Reports claim that Juventus would be tempted to sell Pogba if the Gunners offered €20m for his signature. And with Wenger being handed a £70m transfer budget for the summer, the price would be well within his grasp.