Serbian star Milos Krasic has denied stating that he was set to leave CSKA Moscow at the end of the Russian season.
Krasic was quoted by the media in his homeland, about his future - saying he wanted to leave the Russian capital for England in January.
The 23-year-old - who was watched by Manchester United and Portsmouth playing for his country last week - has now denied conducting an interview whilst on international duty but he also admitted he would like to move to the Premier League.
"This is fable of Serbian journalists that I want to leave CSKA," he told Sport.ru.
"I didn't say such things to Vecernje Novosti or any other media.
"My contract with CSKA expires in 2011 and all my thoughts are about this team.
"I feel that the Russian Premier League is a very good league for me and I can continue improving my game here."
Krasic did admit that playing in England is an ambition of his, but he would only go to a big club.
"I like the English Premier League and hope to play there one day, but it will need to be a good offer from there," Krasic continued.
"I won't go to a team like Bolton or Wigan that is weaker then my current club."
Krasic admitted that he liked being linked with United.
"I've read about Manchester United's interest in me, but there were nothing concrete. But of course it's very nice for me that such a club can be interested in me," he said.