Chelsea midfielder Eden Hazard has rejected claims he is looking to seal a move to Paris Saint Germain either this January or in the summer.
The Belgium international has gone from strength to strength in his second season in English football as he leads the club's goal scoring charts with nine Premier League goals with scintillating form that has inevitably seen him targeted by the Ligue 1 champions.
The former Lille maestro has been earmarked as the free spending Parisians' next marquee transfer target by both the British and French press, but the 23-year-old has indicated he has no intention of leaving Stamford Bridge anytime soon.
"For four years, during each transfer market, there are rumours I will go here and there," Hazard told French television show Tele Foot.
"Paris has money, Paris is a great club. But I am at Chelsea, there is no chance to see my leaving during that transfer market or during the next one, I think.
"I don't want to leave. To me, Chelsea is the best place to improve."
In addition to Hazard, PSG have also been heavily linked with a move for Newcastle United midfielder Yohan Cabaye who has enjoyed an excellent season for his club after seemingly being on the brink of leaving during the summer.
The France international has been identified by PSG boss Laurent Blanc as someone capable of improving the French giants and a number of reports suggest the club are on the verge of securing a £21m deal for the midfielder.
Arsenal saw a summer bid of £10m rejected by the Magpies at the start of the season, a development which saw Cabaye refuse to play for the opening three games of the season as he tried to engineer a move to the Emirates Stadium.
But having been re-motivated throughout the course of the season, Cabaye's stock has again risen which could see PSG renew their efforts to sign the 27-year-old.