Fulham full-back John Pantsil has played down speculation linking him with a move to West Brom.
Reports had suggested that the Ghana international could be sacrificed by new Cottagers boss Mark Hughes as he looks to stamp his own authority on an inherited squad.
The Baggies were rumoured to be among those willing to take the 29-year-old should he become available, as they are desperate for established Premier League performers.
Pantsil, though, claims there is no substance to the speculation and insists he is more than happy at Craven Cottage.
"I don't know anything about that report and I am fully concentrating on Fulham with the season just about to start," he told Ghanasoccernet.com.
"Coach Mark Hughes has not even met the playing body yet so it is impossible that such conclusions have been made.
"Journalists must cross check facts before coming out with such stories because it is causing a lot of discomfort."
Pantsil, who enjoyed a successful World Cup campaign with the Black Stars, currently has one year remaining on his Fulham contract.
He has been in England since 2006, having spent two years with West Ham prior to joining the Cottagers.