Reported Arsenal target Nabil Fekir has vowed to stay at Lyon this summer, despite Paris Saint-Germain also reportedly monitoring his situation.
British media have reported Arsenal are considering testing Lyon's resolve to keep the 21-year-old midfielder, who has scored 12 goals and provided nine assists this season.
French media claims PSG boss Laurent Blanc is also an admirer of the France international, but Fekir, who signed a contract extension through to 2019 last summer, told Canal+ he will be going nowhere with OL returning to the Champions League next season.
He said: "It's always flattering, that's for sure. It shows that I've had quite a good season. But I prefer to stay at Lyon for another year so I can build on what I have done."
PSG are hoping to reinforce their squad this summer with Fekir among a host of names linked to the French champions-elect.
Anyone arriving at the Parc des Princes will, however, face fierce competition for places.
Marco Verratti has already established himself as first-choice in Blanc's plans, and the Italy international, 22, told TF1 he will stay in the French capital despite reported interest from a wealth of clubs, including Real Madrid and Bayern Munich.
"I'm very happy here in Paris," said Verratti, who is under contract at PSG until 2019. "I have the confidence of the coach, of my teammates, of the club. To grow, I need a club like this."