Barry Robson insists he is not thinking of leaving Middlesbrough amid reports he could be offloaded by manager Tony Mowbray.
The former Celtic midfielder has been on the periphery at Boro in recent weeks and has been linked with a January exit from The Riverside.
Boro boss Mowbray has suggested he may need to trim the club's wage bill this month, but Robson has heard nothing about a potential departure.
When asked if he would still be at Boro in February, the Scot told the Northern Echo: "I think that is a question you need to ask the manager about every player.
"I don't know what his thoughts are on that. All I'm trying to do is play well, as every other player is. If the manager is wanting rid of anyone, or if any clubs are wanting players, or are there players wanting to leave, I don't know.
"I haven't spoken to the manager. I've hardly played in the last couple of months. I am happy to stop here. Since I came here everything has been good for me.
"I've picked up a player of the year award and I've enjoyed it. I think the fans have enjoyed me being here. I know it hasn't worked out for the last five of six weeks but that is football."