Midfielder Michael Flynn has denied reports that he will leave Bradford during the January transfer window and insists he wants to extend his stay at Valley Parade.
The 29-year-old, who arrived from Huddersfield on a one-year deal in the summer, has also refuted claims that he is set to activate a clause in his contract that would allow him to leave the League Two side mid-season.
"I'm not the type to jump ship just because things aren't going as well as I hoped," he told the Telegraph & Argus.
"There are lots of rumours about other clubs but that's all they are - rumours. Anyone who believes I think like that is totally wide of the mark."
The former Gillingham captain was also quick to quash rumours of a departure to League One, with Brighton and Swindon thought to be leading the race for his signature.
He added: "I would be keen to prolong my stay here if I can. Every footballer wants to play as high as they can and for as long as they can, and I'm no different, but I would like to do that here at Bradford.
"Everything is right about this club - they're a good set of lads and management team, the chairmen have got their heads screwed on and the fans have been good to me, even when we are losing.
"When I was at Huddersfield, I said that I didn't want to drop down to League Two and that's why the clause was put in. Bradford, to be fair, were the only club I would have gone to at this level.
"They are a great club with a lot of tradition - a much bigger one than where they are. I know it's an old cliche but that's true."