Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper Hugo Lloris has dismissed suggestions he could move to Paris Saint-Germain at the end of the season.
The Ligue 1 champions have set about instilling a new transfer policy which will see the club attempt to bring more French players back to their homeland.
Laurent Blanc's side began this process last summer in securing the services of promising full back Lucas Digne before signing France international Yohan Cabaye from Newcastle during the January transfer window. The club are also expected to make a lucrative offer for Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba in the summer.
Reports in the French press have suggested the club's next target will be Les Bleus captain Lloris, who left Lyon to join Tottenham in the summer of 2012.
However, the 27-year-old has calmed speculation suggesting he will be the next Frenchman to join the free-spending Parisians, insisting his focus remains solely on Tottenham's season and the World Cup.
"Currently, do not ask me such questions," the Spurs shot stopper was quoted as saying by Le Sport 10. "I'm focused on the objectives, there is a season to finish with a World Cup at the end.
"And Paris have a very good goalkeeper and so I don't think about that for now."
Salvatore Sirigu is currently Blanc's first choice in goal but his position could come under threat should the club intensify their efforts to bring more French internationals back to Ligue 1.
Owner Nasser All Khelaifi explained after the club sealed a deal for Cabaye that the former Newcastle man could be the first of many Frenchmen to arrive at Parc de Princes.
"We chose Cabaye for three reasons," he told L'Equipe. "One, he is a very good player, very interesting to our eyes. Two, I have never met him myself but I was told that he is a good man as well.
"Three, he is French and it is very important for us to recruit French players to PSG, to bring them back to the French league."
Having usurped Brad Friedel as Tottenham's number one choice in goal last season, Lloris has been ever-present in the Premier League for the club this season.