Nathaniel Clyne says he is happy to stay at Southampton, despite reports linking him with a move this summer.
The 24-year-old is out of contract at the end of next season, with talks over a new deal yet to bear fruit.
Chelsea and Manchester United have been credited with interest in the right-back, who has made 101 appearances for the south coast club since making his debut three years ago.
Ahead of Saturday's match at Sunderland, Saints boss Ronald Koeman hinted he wanted an answer one way or another, saying: "In football, if you go in the last season of your contract, we don't like that."
Clyne told the Southampton Daily Echo: "I am enjoying my football for Southampton, playing week-in, week-out and it is an up-and-coming club. I am happy playing for Southampton and happy to stay at Southampton as well.
"My agent is negotiating, so I will just leave it with my agent and I am just going to concentrate on playing my football."