Scott Wagstaff has played down reports suggesting he could quit Charlton following the arrival of Danny Green.
Speculation throughout the summer has claimed that the 21-year-old is ready to push through a move before the transfer window slams shut.
He has, however, responded to those rumours with his performances on the field, notching in the Addicks' opening two games of the new season.
Wagstaff insists he has no intention of leaving The Valley and claims he is more than willing to fight for a right wing berth alongside former Dagenham man Green.
He told the News Shopper: "I saw the reports, but there's nothing to them.
"I'm happy at Charlton and I've been here since I was eight years old, I've grown up here.
"The gaffer's (Chris Powell) been excellent to me and the new players have been really good since they've come in, so I don't think I'd want to leave.
"I'm happy here and I want to stay."
On the competition provided by Green, he added: "Green is a great player, and he's done so well over pre-season and I know if I don't perform then he's going to come into the team.
"I probably have to score 46 goals this season to keep my spot but it's the gaffer's decision whether to play me or not.
"I get on really well with Greeny, and it's going to be a good challenge for me to play every week."
Wagstaff continued: "I want to be playing every game. Obviously it's down to the gaffer, it's his decision, but I'm just happy to be playing and scoring goals."