Lisandro Lopez has vowed to stand by Lyon even if the club fail to secure a top-three finish.
The Argentine striker has become the subject of regular transfer rumours of late, with it reported that he could be on the move over the summer.
Speculation suggested that the 28-year-old was considering his options as Lyon struggle to wrap up qualification for next season's UEFA Champions League.
Lisandro, though, insists there is no truth in the rumours, with it his intention to remain at Stade Gerland for as long as the club want him.
"We have all been responsible for recent results and we have to find our desire again," the South American forward told L'Equipe.
"If we lose to Marseille [on Sunday], our title dreams will be over and our hopes of qualifying for the Champions League will be damaged.
"But my future does not depend on Champions League qualification. If the club are happy for me to stay, I will stay."