Anderlecht man Dieumerci Mbokani insists he is happy at the Belgian club amid speculation Fulham boss Martin Jol has cooled his interest in the striker.
Reports suggest Jol was put off the 26-year-old by the €20million Anderlecht reportedly want in exchange for his signature.
The Cottagers are instead thought to be closing on out-of-favour Manchester United frontman Dimitar Berbatov.
DR Congo international Mbokani, who has also been linked with Juventus, says he is content to stay at Anderlecht and is wary of joining the wrong club after an unsuccessful spell at Monaco.
He said: "I am very happy with Anderlecht. I am happy to be in the Champions League and test myself on the biggest stage.
"I do not want to make the mistake I made by going to Monaco, unless there is a club that I can't refuse."