Winger Robert Snodgrass insists he will only leave Leeds United if the club want to sell him.
The 22-year-old, who can operate on both wings and up front, was linked with a surprise move to Burnley earlier this week.
Former Livingston man Snodgrass has developed into a key player for Leeds this season making 22 league starts.
Snodgrass insists he is not looking to leave the League One leaders and says he will only move on if the club decide to sell.
"If they don't want to sell me, I don't want to leave," he told The Times.
"There's no point. This team will be there at some point in the next two years.
"Everything is set up to go right back to the top.
"There's no point being here if you think it stops when we get to the Championship."