Edin Dzeko's representative has rubbished reports suggesting his client is preparing to quit Manchester City this summer.
The Bosnia international arrived at the Etihad Stadium in January 2011 with a big reputation, but has struggled to produce his best in England.
A flying start to the 2011/12 campaign suggested he had found his feet, but he spent the rest of the season slipping in and out of Roberto Mancini's side.
He was, however, able to net a crucial header on the final day of the season as City secured the Premier League title in spectacular style and ended with 19 goals in 40 appearances.
Dzeko is determined to build on that return next term, aiding City's quest to land further silverware, and his agent insists there is no chance of him leaving for pastures new.
"Everything that is being said about Edin's transfer away from Manchester City is purely media speculation," Irfan Redzepagic told SportSport.
"Journalists have to write something, that is their job and I understand that.
"But let's be serious, Edin is more than happy at City and there is no way that he would go somewhere else.
"Let's stop talking about transfers right away."