SOFIANE Boufal looks to have sorted out his Saints future.

The Moroccan international has taken to social media platform Twitter to reveal that he is "100 per cent" committed to staying at St Mary's.

The tweet, as seen above, translates to: "I would like to deny any information regarding a possible transfer this summer, I am 100% focused on my loan club @SouthamptonFC and motivated to have a good season and help the club #comeonsaints"

Boufal returned to Saints this summer after spending last year on loan at Spanish side Celta Vigo.

There have been multiple reports from both Spain and France suggesting clubs in those countries were trying to negotiate a deal for the creative player.

However, the £16m signing from Lille seems to have ruled out a move with the European transfer window still open.

This will come as a boost to some Saints fans as they are looking forward to seeing the 25-year-old work with Ralph Hasenhuttl.

There is no doubting Boufal's playmaker ability, but Hasenhuttl has already gone on record saying he likes his players to work just as hard off the ball.

Saints' boss said the sane about Nathan Redmond when he first arrived last December and the winger has now become the club's most valuable asset, having just signed a new four-year deal.

Redmond ended last season as the side's most impressive performer with nine goals that led to him being named both players' and fans' player of the year.

Should Boufal need any inspiration to fulfil his potential, he doesn't need to look too far away from his teammate.

Having returned late in the summer due to his commitments in the Africa Cup of Nations, Saints released a video of Boufal and Hasenhuttl meeting for the first time.

Hasenhuttl then handed the Moroccan a boost by picking him for their Premier League opener against Burnley.

And with the St Mary's side 3-0 down, he was brought on in the closing stages of the match.

But for Liverpool's visit to St Mary's last weekend, Boufal was left out of the matchday squad.