Charles N'Zogbia says he will be playing in the Premier League next season and is unsure whether he will leave Wigan Athletic.
The France international was an instrumental figure in ensuring Roberto Martinez's side avoided relegation to the Championship this term.
He has been linked with a move away from the DW Stadium, with the likes of Sunderland and Liverpool rumoured to be admirers.
Wigan boss Martinez says he is under no pressure to sell the winger and has suggested he is only prepared to let N'Zogbia go to a UEFA Champions League club.
N'Zogbia has little time for the speculation regarding his future and has no intention of moving to another country to play his football.
The 24-year-old told ClickLancashire: "Inevitably, these rumours leave me feeling indifferent until there is a concrete approach.
"For now, I don't care, especially since I'm good at Wigan.
"The decision to sell me, and at what price, lies with my manager and the chairman.
"Even if I do have the desire to play at a bigger club, I can't say whether I'll leave or stay.
"The only certainty is that I will be in England next season. I have this league in my blood."