Neymar has been quick to quash reports of a rift between himself and PSG manager Unai Emery.
According to French publication L’Equipe, relations between the PSG pair have turned sour in recent times, just months after his record-breaking £198million move from Barcelona in the summer.
However, Neymar has emphatically denied these claims, as well as adding that all is well between him and fellow PSG forward Edinson Cavani, whom he had an argument with over penalty duties in the club’s win over Lyon in September.
‘I’m very well in Paris, I’m happy. I’m motivated to be a player who gives everything on the pitch,’ Neymar said after netting a penalty in Brazil’s 3-1 friendly win over Japan on Friday in Lille.
‘Anyway, there’s something that is bothering me a lot – I don’t have a problem with Cavani, I don’t have a problem with the coach.
‘I want you to stop inventing stories that I have problems with the coach. I came to help, to contribute, I came to help my coach.
‘It’s something that has been bothering me, I even talked about it with Tite. So I’m asking you to stop.’
Neymar will look to do his talking on the pitch when PSG take on Nantes at the Parc des Princes in Ligue 1 following the international break.
The Parisians currently sit top of the French top flight, with 32 points, four clear of league rivals Monaco after just 12 matches.
25-year-old Neymar has adapted brilliantly to life in the French capital, scoring 11 goals and producing nine assists in just 12 games in all competitions.