Zoltan Gera has pledged to stay at West Brom despite their relegation from the Premiership.
It has been feared Gera may leave the Hawthorns following their drop into the Championship.
A number of clubs including Wigan, Bolton, Aston Villa and Everton are all thought to be keeping tabs on the highly-rated midfielder.
Gera, who is currently on international duty preparing for Hungary's friendly with England on Tuesday, insists he will stay at West Brom as Baggies boss Bryan Robson wants to win an immediate return to the Premiership.
"I have a contract with West Brom for one more year and I start training with West Brom soon," Gera told Sky Sports News.
"Yeah I think so I will stay.
"After this season I spoke with the manager and he said he wants all the players to stay at West Brom and we want to go up again to the Premier League."