Zlatan Ibrahimovic is yet to decide on his future when his current contract with Paris Saint-Germain expires.
The Swedish striker was awarded for his 30 goal haul in Ligue 1 in September and was offered a one year extension on his current deal to keep him at Parc des Princes until 2016.
After signing the deal, he confirmed that PSG will be the "last big club" he plays for but later hinted that he could play on after leaving the Ligue 1 champions.
Reports subsequently linked Ibrahimovic with a move to the MLS and the Premier League.
His agent, however, has poured cold water over those reports and says his client will only make a decision on his future once his contract with PSG has run its course.
"I know there is interest from the MLS in Zlatan, but Zlatan has just renewed his contract with PSG and his idea is to finish his career with PSG," he told Sky Italia.
Ibrahimovic has made waves since moving to France last summer. His 30 goal haul in Ligue 1 helped PSG to the title and he has been rewarded with a nomination for Ballon d'Or.
Thanks to a sensational four goal haul in the Champions League last week, bookmakers have made him fourth favourite to take home the title.