Carl Baker has confirmed he wants to stay at Coventry City and help the club win immediate promotion back to the Championship.
The Sky Blues were relegated to League One after finishing eight points from safety and plans for next season are currently up in the air due to the club being under a transfer embargo.
There have been suggestions of a mass exodus from the Ricoh Arena and Coventry have already turned down a bid from Bristol City for defender Richard Keogh.
However, Baker does not intend to walk out on Andy Thorn's squad and the midfielder will honour the new contract he signed last October.
"With us being relegated this year we can't wait for it to start back up again. We know we need to put things right and every day now is just dragging on as I am waiting for next season," Baker told the club's official website.
"I signed a new deal this season and I really enjoy life in Coventry. I want to stay and I want to be part of a team which is getting promoted next year.
"I have been watching the play-off games and when you see the excitement of promotion on their faces, that is something you want to achieve."