Kylian Mbappe has rejected the idea thay he could quit PSG this summer in favour of a move to Liverpool or Real Madrid.
The forward has become a global superstar in recent years and is one of the French club's leading lights.
But PSG's failure to make inroads in Europe has been Mbappe linked with a move to the Reds or Madrid – both of whom have won the Champions League in recent years.
The Frenchman, who is already a World Cup winner, suggested he may seek pastures new last year but has now underlined his commitment to the Parisian outfit.
"I am here and I'm in this project for the fourth year," he told BeIN Sport. "This is the 50th year of the club and it's an important year in the eyes of the club, supporters and everyone.
"I will be here no matter what and I will try to win trophies with the team and do everything possible to get the best out of myself."
Mbappe's contract in Paris runs out in 2022 and PSG are keen to tie him down to a new deal.
Speculation continues over the future of team-mate Neymar who has been linked with a return to Barcelona.
But with age on Mbappe's side the Parisians will be desperate to keep hold of the man who cost them £136m in 2017.
The 21-year-old has scored 90 goals for PSG in just under three years and will have a chance to add to that in the French Cup Final and the Champions League.
Thomas Tuchel's side will face Atlanta in the last eight of the competition next month.
PSG are yet to make the last four of the Champions League with their Qatari owners began pumping money into the club a decade ago.
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