Draxler has started seven of PSG's 12 Ligue 1 games but just one in the Champions League, where Unai Emery's men have reached the last 16 in record-breaking fashion despite facing Bayern in the group stage.
"I am not contemplating about leaving the club in winter or summer" he said, "I am in mid-season with PSG now and I am focused on the high goals we have".
Primarily used as a left winger for much of his career, Draxler would not only add unquestionable quality to Bayern's front line but he would also offer a genuine, long-term replacement to Franck Ribery.
The 24-year-old only joined PSG in January last year but he is thought to be among the players who could depart the Parc des Princes either this winter or at the end of the campaign, as PSG look to comply with Financial Fairplay Regulations.
"He's a very polite and nice guy who knows how important he is for the team" said Draxler, "For a player like him it is okay to demand privileges".
Both teams are filled with exciting young talent with the likes of Draxler, Leroy Sane and Timo Werner providing a delicious attack for the Germans.
"There was the story of the penalty with Edinson, which was settled after one or two days". "I believe that this is part and parcel of life as a superstar like Neymar".
"It is not relevant at the moment to think about my future". In light of speculation linking him with a move to Bayern Munich, the player muttered the well-worn, cliche lines of the modern footballer.