Anderlecht defender Roland Juhasz is disappointed that his much desired move to Rangers eventually fell through, but has promised to remain committed to the Belgian giants.
The Hungary international was focused on joining the Scottish champions, who were in negotiations with Anderlecht.
However, the two teams failed to reach an agreement over the transfer fee and Juhasz is now set to carry on playing for the Belgian club.
The 28-year-old is understandably crestfallen but assures that he will continue to give his best for Anderlecht.
"I am 100 per cent focused on Anderlecht," said Juhasz. "I'm still with Anderlecht and I will remain here, that's for sure.
"I am not the type of guy who will fight to get his way. I have the ambition to get into a different league. There was a possibility but that has passed.
"I was angry at first. I have given Anderlecht the last six years but Anderlecht want me - that says something."
"My motivation is not affected," he added. "Football is my life. When I come on the pitch, I am always motivated."
Juhasz, though, still harbours ambition of playing in a bigger league and hints at a move to the Premier League in the future.
"Money is not my first priority now," he explained. "Rangers manager Ally McCoist wanted to sign me and you can get no better than a club whose manager wants you.
"When you come to play at one of Scotland's top clubs, you are one step closer to the Premier League.
"I have never made a secret of the fact that I will leave (Anderlecht one day). When you think objectively, you can understand that in my 28th year and after six years (at Anderlecht, I will look for something else)."