France midfielder Blaise Matuidi says he is only focused on Sunday's Euro 2016 final against Portugal.
The 29-year-old has been linked with a possible move to Manchester United but he refused to answer questions on his future during a press conference ahead of the final.
"I am French before everything. It is not the time for that question. I am 100 per cent for the Euro and concentrating on it," Matuidi is quoted as saying by Goal.
"I am living in an exceptional moment that perhaps we will not live again in our lives. I am living it very proudly.
"I am still under contract with PSG and it stops there.
"I've never known any time like this before, the final of the Euro. For other matches [preparation] doesn't change. It's always the same thing.
"In between the workouts, the meals and the naps, its in the head. I try to have as little stress as possible.
"There is a knot in my stomach. It's like that but once we arrive at the stadium we forget all of that and we say that we have to play in a fighting way to obtain the result that we want."