WILFRIED Bony has handed Swansea City a massive end-of-season boost by pledging that he will still be at the Liberty next year.
Bony is being touted as a potential summer target for a number of clubs after his sparkling debut campaign in Wales.
And with a World Cup appearance ahead next month, it could be that Bony attracts further attention before the 2014-15 Premier League campaign kicks off.
But Bony's agent insisted last week that his client is not looking to leave Swansea.
And after ending the domestic season with his 25th goal at Sunderland, Bony has batted away suggestions that he could move on.
When asked where he would be come the start of next term, Bony said: "I will be a Swansea player.
"I don't react to transfer speculation.
"I just focus on my job, that's all I think of.
"I have three years contract with the club and I just focus on my job. If something happens we would have to decide."
Bony has had a fabulous season, his 25 goals coming in 48 appearances, 40 of which have been starts.
But he now has just five days to rest before the build-up to the Ivory Coast's World Cup campaign begins in earnest.
"I just need to clear my head now," Bony added.
"We meet in Haiti and I'm excited by the World Cup. I want to enjoy it. I hope to continue my Swansea form into the World Cup."
Though he scored twice on debut against Malmo last summer, Bony took time to settle at the Liberty and there were some fans who doubted him in his early months at the club.
But Bony has been increasingly impressive as the campaign has gone on, and is now a huge favourite with the Swansea crowd.
And Bony has expressed his gratitude to the fans, saying: "The supporters have given us a lot of support and motivation this season, so I just want to say thank you to them.
"They have sung my name all season, which has really helped me. When the crowd sings your name, you just want to make them happy."
Though Swansea's season has been turbulent, Bony reckons Garry Monk's men have finished up with plenty to feel pleased about.
"Our target was to pass the 40-point mark, so we are all happy to finish the season on a high," he said.
"Overall, it has been a great season. We are pleased to stay in the Premier League and, for me personally, I am happy with how I have done.
"We have played a lot of games with quite a small squad, but we have done well."