Richard Garcia has dismissed rumours linking him with a move away from Hull City, saying that he has not been contacted by any other club and is still enjoying life at the KC Stadium.
Garcia is currently focusing solely on the World Cup and will be looking for an improvement from his Australia side after being involved in the 4-0 defeat to Germany on Sunday.
But reports have also surfaced over the winger's club future, with speculation suggesting that Coventry are interested in securing his services.
Garcia is aware of the transfer talk but maintains that he has no plans to end a three-year association with the Tigers.
"I've seen the stories but as far as I'm concerned, there's nothing in it," he told the Hull Daily Mail.
Ups and downs
"I've never been spoken to by anyone and for me, I'm still at Hull City until the club no longer need my services.
"I'm still happy to be a Hull City player. I've had my ups and downs with the club.
"They've always done the right thing by me and I'd like to think I've always done the right thing by them as well.
"Until I hear anything different, I'll still be a Hull City player next season."