Paris Germain striker Edinson Cavani has firmly dismissed reported interest from Manchester United after settling his differences with the club's hierarchy.
The Uruguay international has been constantly played out of position during his time with the French champions, with Zlatan Ibrahimovic preferred in the central attacking role in Laurent Blanc's side.
With Cavani having been overlooked to lead the PSG attack, rumours have been rife that United – who are rumoured to be looking for a new forward with Javier Hernandez close to the exit door – are interested in his services.
However, Cavani has revealed that having staged talks with the PSG hierarchy that his role will be more to his liking this season and has ruled out a move to United.
"I'm certain that I'll stay - why wouldn't I?" Cavani told L'Equipe.
"I feel very good in Paris, I have a contract to respect at PSG. I'd prefer to be here. I feel good here."
"Like I've already said, that doesn't depend solely o the position of a player but also things that can happen at he club
"The staff replied to what I have mentioned. We had some small problems with respect to the position I wanted but I feel very good about that.
"I waited for the fight moment to speak, it's important for a striker to play in a position, which Is natural for him. Now everyone knows my position and it's not worth taking about."
Despite being often overlooked to lead the PSG attack, Cavani was still able to score 16 goals in 25 starts for the club as they strolled to the title but an indifferent World Cup has reignited rumours regarding the 27 year old's future.
New United manager Louis van Gaal has hesitated from making moves in the transfer market since taking official control at Old Trafford, preferring instead to assess his squad on their pre-season United States tour.
But with Hernandez reportedly on his way out of the 20-time champions of England, the club could seek a new forward to fill the void.