Swansea City striker Bafetimbi Gomis says he is content to remain at the club next season despite pushing for an exit during the January transfer window.
According to the Frenchman's agent, Arsenal and Borussia Dortmund were among the clubs to register an interest in Gomis during the winter window.
Having started just six Premier League games up until that point, the former St-Etienne star pushed for talks with Garry Monk's side and appeared likely to leave the Liberty Stadium.
But having since taken up the role of the focal point of Swansea's attack following Wilfried Bony's move to Manchester City, Gomis insists he is now settled in Wales and does not envisage a move at the end of the season.
"I am happy because, as with every striker, it is important to find the net. I have more playing time than earlier season and I have been able to find my legs and the pace of the competition and get used to my teammates," Gomis told L'Equipe.
"You never know what might happen, but no (I am not considering my future). I am very happy in Swansea.
"Mentally it was a good experience and it is good for me and family having gone abroad. I am now very well in Swansea and in my head I'll be there next year."
Gomis has gone on to enjoy his best run in the Swansea side since arrival at the club last summer from Lyon, scoring four goals since he came close to leaving in January.
The striker is once again relishing the weekly challenges that come with the Premier League and insists he is not missing European competition.
"There is no European competition but there is no real shortage and I'm happy to have discovered the Premier League after playing in France," he continued.
"Unlike Ligue 1, where there are two of three large clubs, here there are many more great matches. Every game is difficult, and was seen Monday night with Manchester City, who was beaten by Crystal Palace."