Andre-Pierre Gignac is hoping Marseille will offer him another opportunity to prove his worth in 2011/12.
The France international was snapped up for big money by Didier Deschamps last summer and was expected to lead L'OM's Ligue 1 title charge.
The 25-year-old struggled to produce his best throughout a disappointing campaign, though, and ended the season with just eight goals to his name.
His failure to produce the goods at Stade Velodrome has fuelled speculation that he could soon be moved on, either permanently or on loan.
Gignac is keen to be handed a second chance, though, and his agent is confident Marseille will hand him further opportunities to impress.
"We accept that there are doubts," Jean-Christophe Cano told L'Equipe.
"Didier Deschamps handed him great responsibility and he must start to produce. That is only logical.
"But Andre-Pierre Gignac wants to make a name for himself at Marseille.
"He isn't considering leaving the club. That is completely out of the question.
"The coming season will be the most important of his career."