Portsmouth striker Marko Futacs has vowed to stay at the club and help them secure survival in the Championship.
Pompey face a fight to stay up after dropping into the bottom three following their 10-point deduction for going into administration.
The Fratton Park club risk losing a number of key players in the wake of their financial problems and Erik Huseklepp has already left to join Birmingham on loan in a bid to reduce the wage bill.
Hungarian ace Futacs has also been linked with a move away from Portsmouth after impressing at the club since his arrival last summer from Werder Bremen.
A number of clubs are thought to be waiting in the wings to sign the 22-year-old, but Futacs is ready to snub any interest to help Portsmouth try and stay up.
Stay & fight
"I would like to stay here and fight to make sure that we stay in the Championship," Futacs told Sky Sports.
"I want to fight for my team-mates, for the fans and for the manager.
"With Steve Cotterill bringing me to the club and the manager [Michael Appleton] giving me my chance, I have a duty to stay here and give my everything."