Watford's top-scorer, Odion Ighalo, has dispelled media reports linking him away from the Hornets, stating unequivocally that he isn't leaving the club now.
Ighalo who hasn't scored a goal in 2016, but has been in rich vein of form for the Hornets this season, notching up 13 goals which has attracted massive interests from top clubs across Europe.
But Ighalo who scored five goals in the month of December to claim the top prize, insists he is going nowhere.
"It was a great month for me, but not me alone, for the team as well," Ighalo told Skysports.
"We really worked hard and got as many points as we could get. It's very good for us and we want to keep going.
"When the gaffer took over he really told us what he wanted, and I worked hard in pre-season. I knew the step up from the Championship to the Premier League would be difficult because I was going to meet more experienced defenders and big teams, so I have put a lot of work in, and that has been paying off.
"I am a Watford player. I have a five-year contract, I am happy and the fans love me. I am enjoying my football here and I am not in a hurry to go anywhere."