Lisandro Lopez has vowed to remain at Lyon until he has helped the club land the Ligue 1 title.
The Stade Gerland outfit dominated French football at the start of the 21st century, winning seven consecutive top flight titles.
The last of those came in 2007/08, with the club having endured a barren spell in regards to silverware since then.
Argentine striker Lisandro is among those to have been drafted in by Lyon in an effort to turn their fortunes around, with the striker snapped up from Porto in 2009.
He has been a resounding success in France, with his fiery temperament ensuring that he is never far away from the spotlight.
Reports have suggested that he could be a target for a number of Europe's top clubs, with his prolific strike rate marking him out as a useful asset to any side.
Lisandro, though, insists he has no plans to leave Lyon until he has got his hands on at least one league title.
"Playing is what I love to do, it is my whole life," he said after returning to action against Arles on Sunday following a thigh injury.
"I will not be leaving Lyon without a title. Maybe it will come this year, maybe next year, but I will not leave without one."