Striker Anthony Martial has rubbished reports claiming he is unhappy at Manchester United.
The forward has failed to make an appearance for the Red Devils since his side's 4-0 FA Cup win over Wigan Athletic at the end of January, leading to speculation surrounding his future.
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Martial has since been linked with a summer switch to Paris Saint-Germain but the 21-year-old has shot down the reports on Twitter.
The marksman wrote: “Dont (sic) listen the papers it's wrong thanks Come on United.”
Martial, who has scored six goals in all competitions for United so far this season, has made 22 appearances for the club but has struggled for a regular starting berth.
He has been forced to turn out several times as a substitute but was unused from the bench in United's last two Premier League games against Hull City and Leicester City.
Martial also failed to feature in the squads which faced Stoke City in the league and Hull in the League Cup in January, with his last top-flight start coming against Liverpool on January 15.