Luke Varney has revealed he is only focused on helping Derby in their promotion push next season.
The Derby striker has been on loan at Sheffield Wednesday in recent months, but returned to Pride Park in scoring form having notched two goals in four games at Hillsborough.
The Owls are said to be interested in tying up a permanent move for the former Charlton man, but Varney admits he would not be interested in a switch at the moment.
"Obviously, as a footballer, you just want to play games," Varney told Sky Sports News.
"When the opportunity for me to go to Sheffield Wednesday came about I took it pretty quickly.
"I am glad I did because I really enjoyed my spell there."
Varney has met with new boss Nigel Clough to clarify his position and after satisfactory talks, the former Crewe man will be looking to get amongst the goals for the Rams.
"I'm still in his plans and I hope I can really stake a claim for a place there next season.
"I want to help Derby fight at the other end of the table, rather than this season's struggles. I do have three years left on my contract there."
Varney is looking forward to a season of stability having played for three clubs in the past two seasons.
"This year has been a bit strange in moving from Charlton and then having the loan at Wednesday.
"So stability is the key for me next season and nailing down a place in the side at Derby."
Varney is looking to impress for next season already, with the last day fixture against Watford at the forefront of his focus.
"I've been slightly unlucky at Derby and I haven't played to the best of my ability yet, so that is what I will be looking to do in the last game of the season."