Andre-Pierre Gignac is keen to put any confusion regarding his future behind him and focus on recapturing his best form.
It appeared at one stage on transfer deadline day as though the France international would be on his way out of Marseille, with Fulham his most likely destination.
No deal was put in place, though, and he remains at Stade Velodrome for now.
Gignac has struggled to make an impact at Marseille since securing a big-money move last summer and is currently nursing a niggling groin problem.
He is, however, confident that he can prove his worth to manager Didier Deschamps and is adamant that the recent transfer talk has not been a distraction.
"I have forgotten about it all, I don't bear grudges," said Gignac.
"I will be back with additional strength. When your pride is knocked, you return 10 times stronger.
"I am determined to clear things up. I will work very hard to prove that I am the forward this club is looking for.
"I believe I will be back to my best very soon and I will give everything to secure a place in the starting XI.
"Maybe the coach doesn't trust me fully at the moment, but I will make him change his mind."