Dickson Etuhu insists he is happy at Fulham and is pleased he is now back in Martin Jol's starting line-up.
The midfielder struggled to establish himself during the early weeks of Jol's reign at Craven Cottage and recently hinted he could look for a move in January.
However, the 29-year-old has started the Cottagers' last three games since the international break and is enjoying the chance to play regular football again.
"I've always been happy at the club," said Etuhu. "Fulham is a great club and I'm not saying [I am unhappy here].
"The chairman gave me a very good contract and I could easily keep my mouth shut and collect my money, but that's not me.
"I like to play, I enjoy playing with my team-mates. If I'm not, and I'm on the bench, I'll obviously have to look elsewhere.
"But the club has always been good to me, the staff have been great to me and the players have bonded. We've been together so long and we've achieved so much together at this club.
"It's a lovely place, it's my home. I love this club."
Etuhu has been one of Fulham's most impressive performers in recent matches and admits he is reaping the rewards of an extended run in the team.
"Obviously my confidence is up at the moment," he said.
"It is nice to get a little run. Obviously Siddy [Steve Sidwell] is injured at the moment and I am sure he will be back next week sometime, but it is nice to be playing and to be part of it again.
"I've been at Fulham a long time, I've played a lot of games and it has been a very difficult time for me, but I'm enjoying it now.
"People expect you to play at your best after two or three months, but that is not the way.
"It does not work like that, it takes a few games. Luckily I've had the chance to see some action and it is helping me."