Bolton striker Nicolas Anelka says he is happy at the Reebok Stadium and is not intending to move.
The much-travelled striker, who joined Bolton in a club-record £8m deal from Fenerbahce in August 2006, has recently returned to the French national side.
Anelka told French newspaper L’Equipe: “I’ve not thought about moving because there are no offers from elsewhere.
“If I receive an offer from a big club I would think about it but at the moment I am happy at Bolton.”
Anelka scored France’s winner in their 1-0 victory over Lithuania on Saturday – his first goal for his country since November 2005.
The former Arsenal, Real Madrid, Paris St Germain, Liverpool and Manchester City striker was left out of the France squad for the 2006 World Cup finals.
“I was always aware of my qualities.
“I do not want to reopen the argument but I remain convinced I was left out because of my character rather than my play.”