West Brom midfielder Youssuf Mulumbu is happy to stay at the club despite reported interest from elsewhere.
The Frenchman was voted the club's player of the month for September after delivering a host of excellent performances in the centre of the park for the Baggies.
Former boss Tony Mowbray brought in the tough-tackling 22-year-old from Paris St Germain in January 2009 on loan before the club paid just £175,000 for his services.
He has proved a revelation for the price they paid, with several Premier League clubs now being linked with a move for the player.
However, Mulumbu insisted that he was enjoying life at the Hawthorns, highlighting their 3-2 victory over Arsenal at the Emirates in September as a clear sign that progress was being made.
"I am happy to be doing well at the moment, we are playing very well," he said.
"We proved that against Arsenal, the Premier League is a fantastic league so I am enjoying myself here, and I am very happy with the Baggies."