Akos Buzsaky has insisted he knows nothing of reports linking him with a move to Stoke.
Speculation suggested earlier this summer that Potters boss Tony Pulis could be considering a swoop for the Queens Park Rangers midfielder.
Pulis worked with Buzsaky when the pair were together at Plymouth, but the Hungarian is not sure how much truth is in the story.
Having spent much of last season on the sidelines with a serious knee injury, Buzsaky is more focused on staying fit and playing well for QPR.
"I don't know anything about this rumour with Stoke," he told Nemzeti Sport.
Premier League ambition
"This is true that my former manager Tony Pulis knows me very well and knows what I can do on the pitch.
"But I don't think that anyone would like to sign a player who missed half-a-year due to injury. After a good season it may be a question."
Buzsaky added: "I have a three-year-long contract and I would like to stay here until it expires.
"But sooner or later I'd like to compete in the Premier League and it might be that I must try to reach this challenge at another club if it's not possible with QPR."