The Sweden international has been heavily linked with a move away from the Parc des Princes recently after blasting Ligue-1 and the country of France following a 3-2 loss to Bordeaux.
However, Ibrahimovic apologised for his rant and said that it was out of anger, and that he had no intention to insult the country.
And with several clubs monitoring the 33-year-old, Zlatan has reassured PSG fans that he is not looking to go anywhere, and that he is happy playing in the French capital.
“I’m happy in France,” he said. “I wouldn’t have come to France if I hadn’t liked it and I wouldn’t have signed a new contract if I hadn’t liked it and played for this long if I hadn’t liked it.
“All those other things that are being said is just that they want to drag me down from the top but they won’t succeed, neither will you, I am happy at the top and that’s where I’ll stay.”
Despite Zlatan’s promise to stay, PSG may be forced to sell the former AC Milan and Barcelona star with the club still not in the clear regarding Financial Fair Play, from which they received a heavy fine last season.
It is speculated that Ibrahimovic, Edinson Cavani, or Ezquiel Lavezzi will be sold this summer to appease the FPP board.