Joe Ledley has insisted he has not played his last game for Championship club Cardiff City.
The highly-rated Wales midfielder has been linked with a transfer away from Ninian Park, amid reported interest from a number of Premier League sides.
Ledley, who was a target of Stoke City in the summer, played in Cardiff's 1-0 win against Plymouth Argyle at the weekend as the team moved up to fourth in the table.
January's transfer window is to open on Thursday, but the 21-year-old is adamant he is happy with the Bluebirds, and has backed the club to gain promotion this term.
"I have heard nothing from the club or my agent and I don't believe that Plymouth was my last game for the club," said Ledley in the South Wales Echo.
"I have an 18-month contract to run and I have always said that my ultimate dream would be to play for Cardiff in the Premier League.
"That dream has not changed. We're playing really well and heading in the right direction in the Championship, so all my focus and energy is channelled into Cardiff City.
"The players feel this is going to be our season to go to the next level. Over the last couple of seasons we have been there and thereabouts, but the squad is stronger this time around."
Chairman Peter Ridsdale added: "There has been no inquiry about Joe since last August. He still has 18 months on his contract and he is a Cardiff City player."