Colin Kazim-Richards has dismissed speculation suggesting he could be set to leave Fenerbahce.
Some newspaper reports have claimed that he has fallen out with Luis Aragones over his recent lack of action with the Turkish club.
Hull City and Portsmouth have both been linked with Kazim-Richards but he insists there has been no contact.
He admits he has been frustrated at not playing regularly under Aragones but maintains that he has a good relationship with the Spanish coach.
Asked about the stories, Kazim-Richards told Sky Sports News: "I can categorically deny that.
"I am very thankful that there might be an interest but nobody has spoken to my camp.
"I haven't spoken to any papers about any nightmare that has supposedly happened or any rift with Mr Aragones.
"Mr Aragones and I had a meeting on Thursday about how I am doing.
"Every player wants to play every game but in certain situations that is not going to happen. I haven't got a problem with him."
Kazim-Richards, who spent a season with Sheffield United before joining Fener, admits he would relish the opportunity to play in the Premier League once again.
"I am a very ambitious person and I have a lot of dreams. I want to be playing at the highest level I possibly can," he explained.
"If it comes around that somebody did come in and my club did agree to it then we would look into it, but to say that I am coming back at this moment in time, nothing has been said about that.
"The Premier League is one of the best leagues in the world and I think anybody in the world would like to play in the Premier League."