Henri Camara has played down reports of an impending move to Stoke and insists he is happy at Wigan.
The Senegal international is out of contract in the summer and is yet to hear any word from the club over extending his stay at the JJB Stadium.
Camara spent an unhappy season on loan with West Ham last season, but returned to the North West in the summer and has enjoyed more regular action under Steve Bruce.
The former Wolves forward claims there is interest from other clubs in the Premier League in securing his services, but he is not aware of a possible switch to the Britannia Stadium.
Camara told skysports.com: "I am happy to play for Wigan at the moment
"My agent has told me that there are clubs in the Premier League and in Europe interested in me.
"Stoke City is a good club, but I don't know about any interest from them.
"I am at Wigan at the moment, my contract will expire in June, so it is normal for there to be speculation. By the end of the month it will be sorted out."