Paris Saint-Germain forward Jeremy Menez has confirmed he will see out his contract at the Parc des Princes, despite speculation linking him with a January move.
Ligue 1 rivals Monaco, who are currently five points behind PSG in second, were rumoured to be interested in a mid-season coup for the winger but Menez claims a move at this stage of the campaign is out of the question.
Premier League title contenders Liverpool were similarly linked with a January raid for the attacking ace, while Serie A side Juventus also claimed interest.
Menez has six months remaining on his present contract with the French league leaders and insists he is committed to honouring his deal at PSG, insisting he has not held any talks over a potential move.
"I will remain at Paris until the end of the season," he stated.
"I am fine here and the officials trust me. I will do my very best.
"I didn't talk with anyone about a winter departure because it was out of the question to leave."
The 26-year-old last featured in PSG's 3-1 League Cup victory over Bordeaux as he continues to battle for a regular starting berth with one eye on France's 2014 World Cup campaign which begins in June.