Obafemi Martins has rubbished fresh reports linking him with a move away from Newcastle.
The striker denied that he had a problem with manager Kevin Keegan after reacting badly to being substituted in the recent 1-1 draw against Birmingham.
Speculation resurfaced after Martins was quoted as saying that he was 'not the kind of player that will stay at the club without playing'.
However, Martins has moved to clear up any confusion by once again expressing his commitment to The Magpies.
The Nigerian is determined to have a long and successful career with the club and wants to carve his name into Newcastle folklore.
He said: "I was shocked to hear I was leaving again. My adviser called me last Sunday when he saw the news.
"What people must understand is I love the fans at Newcastle, I want to continue here.
"Sometimes some fans say I am a legend to me, and I always say, 'No, no, Alan Shearer is a legend'.
"I am not a legend yet. There is hard work to do before people can rightfully say that.
"There are no problems for me at Newcastle. My family are here with me and I want to stay."