Cologne striker Lukas Podolski has denied he has been in talks with Serie A giants Roma.
The German International still has two years left on his current deal at the RheinEnergie Stadion and he is keen to see it out.
Podolski, 26, returned to the club in 2009 after three years with Bayern Munich and the player has praised the club's chairman Wolfgang Overath for his handling of the situation.
He told German newspaper Express: "It's a fact that I'm getting offers all the way through the past season, but I do not really consider them.
"I still have two years left to run on my deal and my ambition is to see it out.
"I have strong opinions on Wolfgang Overath. He lives and breathes the club, day and night.
"He is doing everything he can for this club and he is my idol. He is always looking for sponsorship deals, talking to the players and he simply does a great job."
Cologne have also agreed a new deal with Solvenia target man Milivoje Novakovic.
The 32-year-old striker has put pen to paper on a deal that will keep him at the club until June 2014.
Head coach Volker Finke told the club's official website: "Milivoje is a valuable player. He scored 17 goals last season and netted 69 goals overall for our club.
"He is an important first-team player and we are delighted that he has signed a new deal with us."
Meanwhile, the club have decided to send young midfielder Reinhold Yabo on a season-long loan deal to German second division club Alemannia Aachen.