Lincoln City goalkeeper Rob Burch has dismissed rumours that he is on the cusp of leaving Sincil Bank.
Burch is out of contract at the end of the season and the League Two club have previously admitted they do not expect the former Tottenham youngster to sign an extension.
However, reports have circulated that Burch may be set to move out of Lincoln on loan after he spoke to fans following the midweek defeat at Hereford United.
There have been suggestions that Burch, who turns 26 on Monday, told fans he was quitting the club, but the keeper is surprised by the speculation.
"I've heard what has been said, but there's absolutely no truth in it and it's complete nonsense," Burch told the Lincolnshire Echo.
"It's amazing what people want to hear, but I can assure everybody that I would never say anything like that as the people who know me would testify.
"I did go over to the fans at the end of the game and I had a pair of gloves that were old and knew I would be replacing so I wanted to give them away.
"They had travelled a long way and it was not the best result or performance. So as I threw the gloves to the 10 to 15 fans who were still there, I just said 'I'm sorry'.
"All I did was apologise for the result, nothing more, so you can imagine I'm a little surprised at what's followed in the last couple of days because I'm not going anywhere."