Highly-rated winger Eden Hazard has extended his contract at Ligue 1 outfit Lille until 2015.
The 20-year-old Belgium international is one of Europe's hottest properties, with a host of clubs monitoring his situation.
The likes of Chelsea, Arsenal and Real Madrid are all reported to be keen, with big-money moves in the pipeline.
Hazard has always played down such rumours, insisting he is fully focused on his duties in France.
He has now committed himself to Lille for a further 12 months, with the club confirming that an agreement has been struck on Friday.
"Lille are happy to announce the extension of Eden Hazard's contract by a year," read a club statement.
Coach Rudi Garcia has also welcomed the news, saying: "If Eden has signed an extension it's because he wants to be with us. It's a strong signal."
A new deal indicates that Hazard is fully committed to his current employers, but he has sent out mixed messages since putting pen to paper.
Rather than declare that his intention to see out the new contract, the youngster has hinted that he could yet be tempted to move on if the right offer arrives.
He said: "I'm with Lille 100 per cent. I'm keen [to remain with Lille] but in football nothing is certain.
"There are still three months to play. I will tackle them all with my heart and we'll have time to talk afterwards."