Lille believe Eden Hazard will remain in France, despite seeing interest mount in the Belgian starlet.
The highly-rated playmaker has been generating transfer speculation for some time now, with it widely expected that he would be on the move this summer.
Various clubs from across Europe have been keeping a close eye on the 20-year-old forward and his situation in France.
There have, however, been no formal bids lodged, with the likes of Paris St Germain, Manchester City, Liverpool and Arsenal yet to make their move.
Lille hope that will remain the case, with it their intention to retain Hazard's services for at least one more season.
"Eden's not for sale," Lille general manager Frederic Paquet told RMC.
"We can't let one of our best players leave.
"He'll be with us next season."
Having landed the Ligue 1 title last season, Lille hope UEFA Champions League football will help to convince Hazard that he should remain at the club for another 12 months.