Real Madrid centre-back Raphael Varane has insisted that he will not be leaving the Spanish giants this summer.
Varane's future at the Bernabeu was called into question earlier this year amid speculation that he had asked for a move away.
Bayern Munich, Paris Saint-Germain, Juventus and Manchester United are all rumoured to hold an interest in the France international, but he has categorically ruled out an end-of-season exit from the Bernabeu and has vowed to return to his best form in 2019-20.
"I am going to remain [at Real Madrid] next season as I'm sure that we're going to respond in a strong manner," he told Marca.
"[This season] we fought and tried hard, but we can't blame anything as it's true that we missed that spark in difficult moments, and I haven't been at my best level but we are going to see the best Varane again.
"We have to evolve and Zidane knows that. We have to re-build and change things as we look to restart a new cycle."
Varane has lifted 16 major trophies, including four Champions Leagues and two La Ligas, since joining Madrid eight years ago.