Paris Saint-Germain forward Edinson Cavani reiterated that he is happy at the French champions amid rumours of an off-season exit.
Cavani closed out the club season with a goal in PSG's 4-2 win against Marseille in Saturday's Coupe de France final, but talk quickly turned his future.
The 29-year-old Uruguay international, who has played second-fiddle to Zlatan Ibrahimovic during his time at PSG, has been linked with a return to Italy via Italian champions Juventus.
But when pressed on where he will be playing in 2016-17, Cavani insisted: "I'm very happy.
"I have a contract in Paris as I keep repeating."
Asked if out-of-contract striker Ibrahimovic leaving PSG will play a role in his future in the French capital, Cavani added: "These are your journalistic opinion.
"I'm a football player and I try to do the best to help the team and for the club."
Cavani scored 19 Ligue 1 goals this season, while he had 25 in all competitions as PSG claimed a second successive domestic treble.
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