Neymar is completely content at Barcelona and will remain with the club, according to former Camp Nou sporting director Andoni Zubizarreta.
A goalkeeper for Barca and Spain during his playing days, Zubizarreta served on Barcelona's board from July 2010 to January 2015.
Neymar's controversial move to the Camp Nou came during this period and, while the ramifications of that deal are still being played out in Spanish court rooms, the Brazil captain has dazzled on the field in an irresistible forward trio alongside Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez.
Speculation has swirled over the 23-year-old's future as he mulls a fresh contract with the Spanish, European and world club champions.
But Zubizarreta echoed the thoughts of coach Luis Enrique when he told Cadena Cope he could not envisage the forward leaving.
"Neymar is happy at the club," Zubizarreta said. "Very, very, very happy at the club "
Zubizarreta oversaw the acquisitions of Neymar and Suarez either side of Barcelona being hit by a player registration ban for breaching FIFA rules on the transfer of youth players.
Suarez arrived during the appeals process before the punishment spanning two full transfer windows took hold - meaning close-season signings Arda Turan and Aleix Vidal were only able to make their Barca debuts earlier this month.
Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid have landed similar sanctions for comparable offences, although Zubizarreta maintains that Barcelona were innocent of any wrongdoing.
"Barca did nothing wrong with the signing of underage players," he said. "We complied with the law and were supported by the Catalan Federation.
"FIFA understood that a rule had been breached but we disagreed with them."
Barcelona are level on points with Atletico at the top of La Liga, with Madrid four points further back.
Zubizarreta expects the title race to go down to the wire and be influenced by the three clubs' participation in the latter stages of the Champions League.
"The league will be decided in the last 10 games" he added.
"There is now the Champions League [to return in February]. The calendar is very hard."