Kim Kallstrom says he has no plans to leave Lyon and is focused on helping the club win the title.
The 28-year-old has lost his regular starting place in midfield, leading to speculation he could be on his way out of Stade de Gerland.
But the Sweden international insists he is determined to fight for a place in Claude Puel's side, who are in fourth in the table and just a point off top spot.
He told Expressen: "I have got one-and-a-half-years left on my contract.
"It's going well right now and I am not thinking about the future.
"It was frustrating in the beginning. But now we have gone 12 matches without defeat and we are where we should be.
"The goal is to climb a few places and win it all at the end."
Kallstrom also dismissed suggestions that he is being converted to full-back by the OL coach.
"I have certainly not lost my place in central midfield," he added.
"I played as left-back three or four times due to injuries and suspensions."