Ipswich Town midfielder Gavin Williams insists he wants to remain at Portman Road for the foreseeable future.
Williams was under the impression he was no longer required by Jim Magilton and sought assurances from the Town boss about his future.
After being told he still has a role with Ipswich, the 26-year-old is keen to continue his career with the club.
"I'm very happy here. Ipswich is a great club and I am really enjoying my time here," Williams told the club's official website.
"There was a misunderstanding when I thought the manager was looking to sell me, but I spoke to the gaffer and he cleared it all up.
"I am certainly not looking to move and I did not fall out with the gaffer over it either so, fingers crossed, I will be at Ipswich for a good few years yet."
Meanwhile, Magilton has admitted a misconduct charge from The Football Association relating to an incident in the game against Preston earlier this month.
Referee Mark Clattenburg sent Magilton to the stands following remarks made to the official during the 1-0 defeat.
Magilton will not contest the charge and plans to send a letter of apology to The FA.