Christian Poulsen insists he has no plans to 'run away' from Juventus after being linked with a move during the transfer window.
The Denmark international only joined Juve from Sevilla last summer, but has struggled to make a sustained impact in Serie A.
He was linked with a switch to Portsmouth in January and there were reports the midfielder was keen to quit the Italian giants.
However, Poulsen has stressed he is happy to fight for his place in Claudio Ranieri's side and is not looking to leave the club.
"As far as I understand, there has been interest from several clubs, but it is nothing I have considered," Poulsen told Onside.dk.
"I signed a four-year contract and I am happy to be at the club. I have no plans to run away after six months.
"I have the patience and confidence that I will get enough playing time at the club."
Poulsen underlined his worth to Juve by coming off the bench to score an injury-time winner against Catania on Sunday.