Eden Hazard has once again attempted to play down speculation regarding his future at Lille.
Despite numerous announcements from the reigning Ligue 1 champions that the Belgian starlet is not for sale, reports continue to link him with an imminent switch.
With Europe's top clubs queuing up to secure his signature, it is felt that a move will be forced through at some stage.
Lille, though, have no plans to waver in their stance, with it felt that the 20-year-old would be better served spending at least one more season in his current home.
Hazard is prepared to buy into that belief and has ruled out the prospect of securing a big-money move before the summer transfer window slams shut.
He told Voix du Nord: "For the moment I remain a Lille player.
"I have spoken with the coach and I know what I have at Lille. I also know that there is still an awful lot I can achieve with the club.
"There is a great atmosphere in the squad and I am surrounded by really good players."