Robert Snodgrass insists he is fully committed to Leeds United and not looking to leave after another virtuoso display.
Snodgrass won his first Scotland cap in midweek and ended the week with a man of the match display at Bristol City.
He opened the scoring at Ashton Gate and was a constant threat throughout for The Robins as Leeds won 2-0 on Saturday.
Snodgrass' displays are reportedly attracting interest from Premier League clubs, but he insists he is committed to the Elland Road cause.
"They gave me my chance down here," he told the Yorkshire Evening Post.
"If the club ever wanted to get rid of me then that would be up to them but I've got a contract here and I'm staying put."
Simon Grayson has done a superb job on the back of promotion from League One and he knows his players will fulfil their ambitions if they stay.
"I want them all to fulfil their ambitions here," Grayson said. "I want to fulfil my ambition as a manager here too."