Ludovic Giuly has committed his future to Paris St Germain amid reports of interest from elsewhere.
Speculation earlier this week suggested the former Barcelona winger, 33, was on his way out of the Parc des Princes, with Greek side Panathinaikos listed as a potential suitor.
French newspaper L'equipe this week reported that Newcastle United were also interested in signing Giuly.
But he told radio station France Bleu Ile de France: ''I have not had any offers. I feel good in Paris, I don't see why I would look elsewhere.''
Giuly, who captained Monaco on their run to the 2004 Champions League final, has featured in 29 of his side's Ligue 1 matches this season, starting 23, but has scored only three goals in a mediocre campaign for the Parisian outfit.
Giuly added: ''If I do not fit into the plans here, I would have a discussion with the coach and the club president, for sure.''