Queens Park Rangers midfielder Akos Buzsaky has brushed off rumours he could join Portsmouth in the summer.
Reports have claimed that Pompey are ready to offer £2.5million for the Hungary international at the end of the season.
Buzsaky has proved a big hit at QPR after scoring nine goals in 26 appearances since joining from Plymouth Argyle last October.
The 25-year-old is determined to play in the Premier League, but wants his ambition to be fulfilled with QPR, not Portsmouth.
"I've read the article about my 'move' on the internet, but I think it's no more than gossip," Buzsaky told Nemzeti Sport.
When asked if he would join Pompey if he was offered a move to Fratton Park, Buzsaky replied: "Honestly? I think I wouldn't go.
"One shouldn't misunderstand my words, my dream is to play in the Premier League - but as a player of QPR.
"I don't know how much I am worth on the football market, but this (£2.5m) is a huge amount. But fortunately our team doesn't have financial problems.
"My contract expires in 2010 and, yes, I do want to stay here. I feel excellent here and the conditions here are suitable for my improvement.
"What's more, I am sure that my team is going to get promoted to the Premier League in the near future. I have to be patient and I am patient.
"QPR officials stated that they want me to fight for promotion with the team in the future and I'm their partner in this.
"I want to play in the Premiership with my present team - and not as a player of Portsmouth."