Jean Makoun claims he has no desire to discuss speculation linking him with an exit from Lyon.
The holding midfielder is reported to have grown disillusioned with life at Stade Gerland and is keen to secure a summer switch elsewhere.
Various clubs have been mentioned as potential suitors, with the Cameroon international highly regarded within the world game.
The likes of Manchester United, Barcelona and Real Madrid have been touted as potential interested parties, with newly-crowned Ligue 1 champions Marseille also believed to be in the frame.
Makoun, though, is paying little attention to the furore surrounding his future and is keen to distance himself from the ongoing rumours.
His attention is focused solely on his duties with Cameroon at the World Cup for now, although he has hinted that a move to Marseille could be tempting.
"I am not interested in transfers to Real Madrid, Man Utd or Barcelona at the moment," Makoun told skysports.com.
"My concern at the moment is to perform well for my country and to try and create history here in Africa, allowing me to realise a childhood dream.
"Marseille are a good club, but let's wait and see."