Hamburg goalkeeper Frank Rost has denied he is unwilling to extend his contract at the club.
The veteran keeper has not signed a new deal amid speculation that Hannover shot-stopper Robert Enke is being lined up to replace him at the end of the season.
However, the 36-year-old insisted that he will commit his future to the club, and said he is happy at HSV.
"I am on an outrunning deal, but I am feeling very good," he told Bild. "I will definitely play on for at least one more year and can see myself signing new terms with the club."
Robert Enke is on an outgoing contract with Hannover, but his agent Jorg Neblung denied claims that talks were ongoing with HSV.
"I can deny this rumour, this I can tell you with a clear conscience," he said.
"The last time I met with Hoffman (Hamburg chairman Bernd Hoffman) it was only about (Hamburg defender) Bastian Reinhardt."