West Ham winger Sofiane Feghouli insists he is not looking for a way out and is happy to continue playing his football at the London Stadium.
The Algeria international endured a difficult start to his Hammers career after picking up an injury before the start of the season.
Feghouli made only 21 Premier League appearances for Slaven Bilic's side, scoring three goals and assisting in a further three.
"I have two years left at West Ham, and as I said on social media, I see myself staying at West Ham," the 27-year-old told RMC.
"I'll start again on the 10th of July with the team. I mean it when I say it, but you don't control everything in football. I'm not looking for a way out, not at all.
"I'm going to go on holiday calmly and prepare myself for a great season. I'm open for talks with the manager, but there aren't any planned. Maybe the owner will tell me one day that I need to leave, but I don't think so."