French starlet Sofiane Feghouli insists he is more than happy to continue his footballing education at Grenoble.
The 19-year-old midfielder is considered one of the finest prospects in Europe, but his club Grenoble have already slapped a €30million price-tag on his head.
England's big four - Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal and Chelsea - have all checked on him, along with Juventus and Real Madrid.
But Feghouli has told skysports.com that he is more than happy to stay put and learn his trade further at Grenoble.
"To play in the biggest league is good, but I don't want to move a step too far," he told skysports.com
"I really want to learn my trade and be a success, I am not going abroad just now - maybe in two or three years.
"I have not played for a top-team in France yet, the pressure is so different at a top team than at a team not expecting to win things."