Paris Saint-Germain captain Zlatan Ibrahimovic has ended speculation about his future at the Parc des Princes by declaring himself "happy" in the French capital.
Ibrahimovic, 33, only has one more year left on his current contract with the Ligue 1 champions, and the forward recently refused to confirm he would still be at the club next season.
"Should I stay in Paris? My future is in the hands of (agent) Mino Raiola," he told Sky Italia when asked about his PSG future last week.
However, despite those comments, Ibrahimovic has now reassured the club's fans that he will still be in "the best city in Europe" next season.
"I have a contract for another year, so I'm a PSG player, and I'm happy at the club," Ibrahimovic told ESPN FC. "I did great things in these three years and what I did, nobody can take away from me and my team is a fantastic team and I play with great players. I live in the best city in Europe, so I'm enjoying it.
"So all about future talks and that, I mean, there will always be talks, and I'm happy for the interest, but I'm a PSG player."
However, despite PSG winning a domestic treble last season, the Sweden international described the Parisians' campaign as just "okay".
"I think last year, our team, we did OK," Ibrahimovic said. "We did what we could do and Lyon was following us in the race for the title until the end, so I think they did more than good and we did OK and still we won and that's because we have such a strong team. We could do much more than what we did and hopefully this year we will do less mistakes than what we did and normally we should win, without doubts."
He added: "Last year we were in the quarter-finals, and same thing [this spring]. The ambition is to go further than that, but for me Champions League is all about the small details. It's the moment. It's not about going out there and thinking you can win it. I mean, you can do six months fantastic and then second six months, second half of the season you're not as good as the first and then the first six months is not worth nothing, so, it's the moment."