Queens Park Rangers midfielder Akos Buzsaky has insisted he is fully committed to the club.
Reports have suggested that the Hungarian midfielder, who has been hampered by injuries this season, could be looking to leave Loftus Road.
However, he maintains that nothing could be further from the truth as he is enjoying life with the Championship pacesetters.
"This is not true that I wanted to leave my club. I was injured but now I'm over it," Buzsaky told Nemzeti Sport.
"I'm committed to QPR. I have one year left on my contract and I'm self-assured.
"I play regularly at a club which has very good chances for promotion."
Buzsaky is excited about what the future might hold for QPR, while he has also paid tribute to manager Neil Warnock for creating a team that is strong in defence as well as attack.
"We've been leading the table through the whole season, and if we earn seven points in our next three games then we're promoted," said the 28-year-old.
"Our manager knows what he wants, he knows how to develop a team in the Championship.
"Our defence is the best, we have lost only four times. When our strikers don't score it doesn't mean that we lose the game.
"This is a league where it's true that the last can beat the first, so balance is an essential condition for success.
"Neil Warnock could make QPR a balanced team. Our squad is strong as well as the financial conditions of the club."