Merouane Zemmama has played down speculation linking him with a move away from Hibernian.
The Moroccan playmaker has reportedly attracted interest from French sides Valenciennes and Lens this week.
However, he has no intention of quitting Easter Road as he feels he owes the club.
Hibs helped him in an acrimonious row with his former side Raja Casablanca following his arrival in Scotland in 2006.
They then allowed him to leave on a season-long loan to the United Arab Emirates to be with his new wife Zenib.
Hibs negotiated Home Office red tape to allow Zenib and infant son Mehdi to join Zemmama in Edinburgh.
He told the Edinburgh Evening News: "I heard these reports but I don't know anything about them.
"I am happy here. I have a long contract, 18 months to run, and I am focused on Hibs, nothing else.
"This club means a lot to me. I became a professional football player here, they have helped me overcome some problems and shown great kindness to me, Zenib and Mehdi.
"I will always be grateful for that and my aim is to give them everything I have.
"I won't be knocking on the manager's door saying I want to go. I am staying."