Lee Cook is hoping to prove himself at Queens Park Rangers next season after being linked with a move to Millwall.
The winger overcame his long-term injury problems to feature for the Rs during the closing months of last term and is keen to be part of Neil Warnock's plans.
Millwall are reportedly interested in the 27-year-old, but while he admires Lions manager Kenny Jackett, he is not looking to leave Loftus Road.
"I know that when I am playing at my best that Neil Warnock has got to pick me - I won't give him the choice," he told the Ealing Gazette. "So it is all about pre-season and showing him what I can do.
"I have not been at my best for the last two seasons, but my aim for this campaign is to get 40 games and prove to everybody I am back."
On the reported interest from Millwall, he added: "I spoke to my agent two weeks ago and he didn't know of anything in the way of interest, but I have always admired Kenny Jackett. He was my first coach when I came to QPR and I like what he does.
"Millwall have shown that they could be a force to be reckoned with next season, but I want to give it everything I've got at Rangers and see what happens."