Cardiff City striker Kenny Miller is happy there is no longer any uncertainty regarding his future after moving clubs during the last two transfer windows.
Miller left Rangers for Bursaspor during the January transfer window, but struggled to settle in Turkey and linked up with Cardiff in the summer.
The Scotland international is enjoying his time with the Welsh club and has scored six goals in the Championship as the Bluebirds target promotion.
Ahead of the transfer window reopening next month, the 31-year-old is pleased he can just focus on trying to help Cardiff reach the Premier League.
"I'm fully focused on winning games for Cardiff and hopefully getting promoted," Miller told Wales Online. "The family are enjoying it and we are settled here.
"There is no uncertainty now and I know what I'm hoping to achieve for the team this season - promotion.
"I was looking at all sorts of options a year ago. There was a lot of things on the table. It didn't bother me as I'm old enough to get my head down and keep working.
"People were talking about would I be here or there or would I stay which was my first option. Things didn't materialise.
"My focus was on football and going out and scoring goals and winning games. I'd like to think I played a small part in them winning the title.
"But when the transfer window came up and there was the possibility that I might be leaving, it wasn't a distraction, but it was something I had to think about away from the game.
"I'm at Cardiff now and focused on getting promotion."