Chelsea and Manchester City target Aaron Cresswell has quashed rumours about his impending summer move and made it clear that he is happy at West Ham United.
The English full-back, who has been impressive for the Hammers this season had been linked with a move to Stamford Bridge earlier in the month as a replacement for Felipe Luis, who has been linked with a return to Atletico Madrid in the summer.
Apart from the Blues, Premier League champions City were also said to be keen to sign the left-back in order to improve their number of homegrown players in the squad.
Following reports of a move, West Ham boss Sam Allardyce made it clear that the defender will not be sold to either of the clubs.
Moreover, the player himself has echoed his manager's statements and confirmed his desire to remain at Upton Park for the upcoming season.
But the player did display a certain amount of delight after being linked to the Premier League giants, but claimed that he is happy at the club, with whom he signed a five-year deal when he moved from Ipswich town last summer.
"Obviously its nice to see things like that [being linked with City and Chelsea]," Cresswell said, as quoted by the Mirror.
"But I have four years left on my West Ham contract and I'm very happy down here. I don't read into it or look into stuff like that. I just concentrate on doing my best for West Ham," the former Ipswich Town defender explained.
"I have still got four years left on my contract and it's what I'm enjoying at the minute."