Dundee midfielder Glen Kamara says he has absolutely no plans to be anywhere else than Dens Park in the near future.
The 22-year-old has been superb for the Dark Blues since signing in the summer after leaving Arsenal.
If he keeps that up, interest from elsewhere will surely grow but Kamara insists he is more than happy at Dundee.
Kamara is currently with national side Finland for a warm-weather training camp in Abu Dhabi.
When asked if there would be any change for him in the January transfer window, he replied: “I don’t think so!”
Staying at Dundee?
“Definitely. I’m looking to stay there and show what I can do, keep playing well for the team and, hopefully, climb up the table.”
Kamara credits manager Neil McCann giving him the freedom to express himself in the Dundee midfield as a big factor in how well he has performed in dark blue.
He added: “It’s been a really good year. We’re working hard and as a team we’re getting better.
“Personally it’s been really good, I’m getting game time and the manager has put trust in me to let me play.
“The manager has given me the chance to show what I can do.
“I’m enjoying my football and just getting game time is really enjoyable.
“Any player will tell you that just playing is really good and you get your confidence from that.”
Kamara made his international debut back in November in a friendly against Estonia and was in yesterday’s starting line-up in Abu Dhabi when they beat Jordan 2-1.
He added: “It’s been good, the weather’s nice, the hotel’s good, everything’s fine and we’re all looking forward to the game.”