Ajax winger Miralem Sulejmani has revealed he has no intention of leaving the club this summer.
The Serbian has played an intrinsic role for the Dutch side since the departure of Luis Suarez in January.
And in the wake of interest from Arsenal and Liverpool, who could tempt the midfielder with a reunion with Suarez, Sulejmani has rejected rumours of a move.
"I can already say that next season I will play at Ajax," Sulejmani told NUsport.
"It is my fourth season, but probably the first in which I play from the first game.
"I want a full season for this club. I owe the club and the fans that."
The comments will come as a blow to both Arsenal and Liverpool, who have put a winger at the top of their transfer wish list for the summer.
The trump card that both Arsenal and Liverpool could pull to try to tempt the Serb to the Premier League could be Champions League football, something that Ajax are by no means guaranteed of despite currently being second in Eredivisie.
But The Reds are by no means guaranteed it themselves, after a disappointing start to the season saw them fall well off the pace in the race for fourth spot.