Wolves midfielder David Jones insists he wants to stay at Molineux, despite contract talks stalling.
Jones is in the final year of his contract and as yet has not agreed a new deal at the club.
Talks have been on hold with both parties yet to agree a deal, fuelling rumours of a possible departure from Molineux.
However, Jones says he wants to remain at Wolves and there is no problem with Mick McCarthy despite uncertainty regarding his future.
"There is not an issue between me and the manager. He doesn't deal with the contract side of things," said Jones.
"He wants me to sign. Obviously I want to get it sorted. I want to stay with the club. I have been happy during my time here.
"We said we were leaving things as they were and would be coming back to the table in a couple of months. That is definitely still the case.
"It has proved to be an excellent move for me. The manager has said publicly that he wants me to stay so hopefully it will get sorted out."
FocusedJones insists the contract situation is not affecting him and that he is just focused on playing.
"On a daily basis I am just concentrating on my football. Football is the main thing for me," added Jones.
"It would be different if you were an ordinary man in the street with your future up in the air.
"But, as a footballer, you cannot let it affect you."