Schneiderlin gives an update on his Saints future.
Southampton midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin will not be joining Arsenal, Manchester United or Tottenham Hotspur until at least the summer after announcing he is going nowhere this January.
The France international has been tracked by all three Premier League clubs in recent times and many expected the 25-year-old to make the move from St Mary’s over the next month.
Yet in good news for Saints fans Schneiderlin says he will not be leaving the club until the end of the season at the earliest and will assess his situation once the 2014/15 campaign is over.
“January is always a delicate month to leave in,” the Frenchman was quoted by the Mirror.
“I will finish my season with Southampton and then see what happens in the future.
“I don’t get worried about these things anymore.
“If this summer I have learned something, you can never think: I am gone, gone for good.”
Schneiderlin has been key to the Hampshire side’s success once again this term, with Ronald Koeman’s men currently fourth in the English top tier.
The former Strasbourg star was one of the few established figures not to leave the club over the summer, with Calum Chambers, Adam Lallana, Rickie Lambert, Dejan Lovren and Luke Shaw all completing moves away.