Paris Saint-Germain striker Edinson Cavani has moved to deny speculation that he could make a move to the Premier League in the summer.
The Uruguayan joined PSG last summer in a deal worth around £54 million - and has managed 14 goals in 22 league appearances to date.
Despite that impressive return, both Manchester United and Chelsea have been linked with a big-money summer swoop for the striker, who is said to be unhappy that he is playing second-fiddle to Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
When asked about his future and reported unhappiness, the striker told L'Equipe: I do not know what you're talking about, it is absolutely not true.
"I feel good in Paris and at Paris Saint-Germain."
Chelsea look short of options in attack and have been linked with a swoop for the former Napoli man.
Blues boss Jose Mourinho has previously suggested that he would be looking to take a big-name striker to Stamford Bridge at the end of the season.
Manchester United have their own problems in attack, with doubts over the future of Robin van Persie and Javier Hernandez.
The pair are said to be unhappy at Old Trafford and could leave, prompting boss David Moyes to reportedly consider a move for Cavani.
However, it looks unlikely that either Manchester United or Chelsea will get their man after his latest comments.