Manuel Lanzini insists he is happy at West Ham amid reports he is being lined up by Arsenal and Liverpool for a summer move.
The Argentine forward has stood out for the Hammers during a difficult season, scoring eight times, including the goal which killed Tottenham’s title dream, and registering two assists.
The Gunners have been credited with an interest in the 24-year-old, while Liverpool are said to be considering him.
But Lanzini insists he is not about to follow Dimitri Payet, who left for Marseille in January, out of the club during the close season.
"The season was good for me on a personal level," he said.
"At the beginning it was not great [as I suffered an injury on international duty in pre-season], but then I could achieve a good level."
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