Sylvain Distin insists he is not angling for a move away from Portsmouth during the January transfer window.
The Frenchman has hit the headlines of late after airing his fears regarding the long-term future of Pompey.
The defender believes the South Coast club must avoid a New Year firesale of their top talent if they are to continue to be viewed as a Premier League force.
Distin himself has been strongly linked with a switch to Tottenham, a transfer which would reunite him with former Fratton Park boss Harry Redknapp.
However, the experienced centre-half claims his desire is to remain at Pompey for as long as the club's actions continue to match their promises.
"I've had a chat with Tony (Adams) and he reassured me," Distin told The News.
"When you sign for a club and things go wrong, no-one is going to say things are going wrong.
"The truth will be seen in January. If we lose too many players in January and don't buy enough I will have to ask myself a question.
"That is not a question of should I go or should I stay, but can I achieve what I want when the plans aren't what was understood?
"I came here because the club have a plan. That's what I said. I came here in certain conditions and if those conditions aren't there, then you have to ask whether I made the right choice. That's it.
"But I think we want the same thing. I will always be 100 per cent committed to the club and do my job properly, whatever happens.
"It's just that after this season I want to continue to do well. I'm here and I'm going to stay here and do the best for this club."