In the wake of reported interest from West Brom, Chris Eagles insists he has no desire to leave Burnley.
The 23-year-old has been in sparkling form for the Clarets this term, bagging five goals to help Owen Coyle's men climb into the Championship play-off places.
Having swapped life at Premier League giants Manchester United for that at Turf Moor, the tricky winger could be forgiven for eyeing a top-fight return.
However, despite making no secret of his desire to one day compete back among England's elite, for now he is happy to be getting regular first-team football in a side brimming with confidence under the careful guidance of Coyle.
"That's why I came here because myself and my agent thought he was the type of manager that would push me and that's what I need," Eagles told the Lancashire Telegraph.
"For a manager to encourage me and say the things he has about me is a dream because without him playing me then I wouldn't be making a name for myself.
"For him to play me, and I'm playing well, and he's noticing that and commenting on it, it's a win-win situation and I just love playing for the club at the moment."
Coyle has been equally as complimentary towards his talismanic playmaker, believing Eagles has the potential to be a top player in the future.
"It's probably unheard of for Burnley Football Club to go to Manchester United and sign a first-team squad player," said the Clarets boss.
"I said to him at the time, when you leave Manchester United, wherever you go in world football it's a step down.
"But he can take one step back to take two steps forward and try to aspire to play in the Premier League again.
"With his performances he's shown he's more than capable of that.
"We're delighted to have him and we work with him on a daily basis trying to improve him because he knows, because I tell him, he's nowhere near the finished article.
"He's got a lot of improvement in him.
"He's got an unbelievable engine, as we know, but we're trying to guide him in the right direction for how to use all that energy so that it benefits the football club, and he's responding to that.
"He's one of the nicest lads I've ever come across in football, he wants to do so well for you and we're privileged, I think, to have him."