Ghana's Laryea Kingston says he will see out the remaining two years of his contract with Scottish side Hearts.
The Ghanaian midfielder has featured regularly in the transfer gossip columns with reports of interest from English clubs but says he is certain he will be at the Edinburgh club for the next two years.
“After this season, I have two more years, so I'm concentrating 100 per cent here to do my best to win something for the club,” Kingston said. “I'm happy here, my family is happy, so I'm very happy to stay with Hearts.”
Kingston’s season has been blighted by injuries but was back in scoring form for Hearts last weekend in the 1-0 win over Dundee United.
He has watched Hearts’ title ambitions disappear this season and says to challenge for honours, the club must invest in quality forwards for next season.
"I don't know the plans of the management, but I hope they do their best to bring a couple of new players to the team," Kingston added.
"We lost our top scorer Andrius Velicka, so definitely we need someone to replace him as soon as possible.”