Barnet winger Albert Adomah says he is happy to stay at Underhill, despite attracting interest from the Championship.
Adomah has become a big fans' favourite for Barnet after scoring five times in 22 appearances since joining from Harrow Borough in January.
Towards the end of last season, Barnet rejected offers from two Championship clubs before Adomah submitted a written transfer request.
The Bees have previously stated the 20-year-old can go for the right price, but Adomah feels he 'owes' Paul Fairclough's side.
"It looks like I am staying and I am happy to be at Barnet," Adomah told the club's official website.
"I get on with everyone at Barnet and, of course, I feel like I owe the club something for taking a chance on someone unknown from a lower league.
"I look to the chairman and Paul Fairclough to help and advise me on the next stage of my career.
"Of course I was flattered to learn that managers and scouts were watching me and there were offers as all players look to play at the highest level.
"The club did not want me to go and resisted offers and I want all fans to know that I will continue to give 100 per cent while I am a Barnet player."