Christian Eriksen has told French giants Paris Saint-Germain that he has no intention of leaving Tottenham Hotspur this summer.
The Danish playmaker, 23, has become an integral part of Mauricio Pochettino's side, vying with Harry Kane and Hugo Lloris as the most important player in the side, and the Spurs Head Coach will be delighted Eriksen will be staying at White Hart Lane this summer.
The Daily Mirror reports that Eriksen was a target of the cash-rich Parisians but the former Ajax player is so happy in London that he has told his agent to reject any and all attempts to prize him away from N17.
After arriving in the summer of 2013, one of seven signings made in the wake of Gareth Bale's world record transfer to Real Madrid, Eriksen took his time to acclimatise to the English game but a return of 21 goals in 76 games has shown he is up to the mark.
This season Eriksen has continued to bloom in Pochettino's high-pressing game plan, and is one goal away from racking up double figures in the league.
Although he can still drift out of games at times, the £11million signing has immense technical ability and if Pochettino can inject more reliable play from his other midfielders, Eriksen will flourish further.