Blackburn defender Stephen Warnock has insisted he is committed to Rovers after Paul Ince was confirmed as the club's new manager.
Ince will host a media conference at lunchtime on Tuesday after replacing Mark Hughes at Ewood Park.
Since Hughes moved on to Manchester City there have been suggestions that Warnock might be leaving as well.
Former England midfielder Ince has signed a three-year deal after deciding to leave MK Dons and one of his first jobs will be to keep his top stars at Ewood Park.
Warnock, who won his first England cap in the recent friendly against Trinidad and Tobago, has handed him a boost by pledging his future to the club.
Happy"I am more than happy at Blackburn - I love the club. It is fantastic," he told Radio Lancashire.
"Hopefully we will continue to have a lot of success under the new manager.
"I was desperate to find out who it was going to be as you want to know who you are working with.
"It was disappointing to lose Mark Hughes but this is an exciting time for the club.
"Paul Ince did a fantastic job at these two clubs and has moved up the leagues very quickly.
"I think people will be itching to play for him not because of who he is but because of his achievements as a manager.
"He gets the most out of his players and the chairman has probably chosen the best man for the job."