The France international has been linked with a switch to one of the Premier League's big boys this summer, but the 25-year-old winger claims he has happy where he isNewcastle United midfielder Hatem Ben Arfa has dismissed speculation linking him with a move away from the Sports Direct Arena, insisting he is only interested in performing well for his currently club and country.
The 25-year-old has played a star role in the Magpies' surprise push for a Champions League place this season and his sparkling form has reportedly attracted the interest of the Premier League's elite.
However, Ben Arfa insists that his head has not been turned by the speculation surrounding his future.
"At the moment, I am under contract at Newcastle and I am not thinking about a future elsewhere," he told Telefoot.
Ben Arfa's scintillating displays this term have earned him inclusion in France's provisional squad for Euro 2012 after a two-year absence.
There has been speculation that his return could be an issue for Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema, as the pair reportedly do not see eye to eye, but Ben Arfa insists that this is not the case.
"I have no problem with Karim Benzema and the most important thing is the France team," the former Lyon and Marseille man stated.
"I have returned from a long time out [of the squad]. I realised after 20 minutes had been pre-selected [for Euro 2012] and it really moved me."
Ben Arfa, who has eight previous international caps to his name, joined Newcastle from Marseille for a reported fee of €12 million (£9.6m).