Lucas Digne
Digne (right) has no plans to leave the Nou Camp this summer. Reuters

Barcelona defender Lucas Digne is determined to fight for his place at the Nou Camp next season. Digne, 23, turned down an offer from a Premier League club to join the Catalan giants last summer, signing a five-year contract with the club after his move from Paris Saint-Germain.

The France international signed for the club to provide competition at left-back for Jordi Alba, but has been limited to just 16 La Liga appearances having struggled to fit Luis Enrique's vision at the club this season.

Enrique is to leave the club at the end of the current campaign with Athletic Bilbao boss Ernesto Valverde expected to succeed him this summer. Digne hopes to still be around whoever is in charge at the Nou Camp next season and has no intention of throwing the towel in just yet.

"I want to stay, I signed a contract for five seasons and I intend to win many titles here," Digne told beIN Sport.

While he has been limited to just 25 appearances in all competitions, the former Lille starlet is happy with his first season in Spanish football.

"I am happy at Barcelona, and I will be even happier if we win the league. My situation doesn't worry me, what matters is the team."

Barcelona currently sit top of La Liga, leading rivals Real Madrid by virtue of their superior head-to-head record. Zinedine Zidane's side have a game in hand however that could see them return to the summit.

Digne could miss Sunday's La Liga clash with Las Palmas after suffering a hamstring injury during last weekend's 4-1 win over Villarreal.

With Sergi Roberto to serve a suspension, Aleix Vidal a long-term injury absentee and Jeremy Mathieu's return looking uncertain, Enrique could be left with just four fit defenders in his squad.