Mohamed Sissoko's agent has dismissed reports linking the Juventus midfielder with a move to Wolfsburg.
The Mali international has been tipped to leave Juve during the January transfer window after falling down the pecking order at the start of the season.
He has had few opportunities to impress so far and speculation suggests Wolfsburg could be interested in taking him to Germany over the winter.
However, the former Liverpool man has become accustomed to such rumours at various times in his career and is staying focused on the task at hand.
His representative Jose Segui insists Sissoko is happy to stay at Juve and fight for his place in the team.
"The interest of Wolfsburg? I know nothing about this story, I never spoke with Wolfsburg," Segui told calciomercato.it.
"Momo is quiet, it is clear that he would like to play a little more, but the season has only just begun and there will be many games from now until the end.
"We are only at the fourth match, the world has not collapsed. Momo is ready to fight as he always has done and make his contribution on the field.
"Football is full of variables and Juventus faces three competitions.
"He's at a great club and he is a major player. I repeat, I don't know anything about Wolfsburg."