The 29-year-old had struggled for consistent form during the campaign but netted 15 goals in 48 appearances – with his prominence increased due to long-term injuries for both Ousmane Dembele and Luis Suarez.
Last month, a report in Marca claimed Barcelona have offered Griezmann in a swap deal back to Atletico Madrid for Joao Felix.
Similarly, the player’s former agent Eric Olhats explained Griezmann wanted to leave Barcelona before being persuaded to have a change of heart by the new boss Ronald Koeman.
“Is my future at Barça? Yes, I don’t know why people invent destinations to see if one day they will be right,” Griezmann vented to M6, as cited by Diario Sport.
“There I am very good, I know I have the confidence of the club and the coach, so I am fine. It has been a very complicated season for all of us but we aim to restart again.”
Griezmann is set to form a key part for Koeman’s side next season with Luis Suarez expected to depart the Camp Nou this summer, and it could be a new-look attack next season.
Much will depend on the form and fitness of Ousmane Dembele while Ansu Fati will also be seeking a regular spot, with Martin Braithwaite also in contention.