Daniel Cousin insists he is happy to honour the remaining two years of his contract with Hull City.
The former Rangers man has slipped down Phil Brown's pecking order this season following a number of summer arrivals.
Cousin, who has been linked with a move elsewhere, is looking to get his head down and fight for a first-team place.
The Gabon international is looking to hold talks with Brown upon returning to Hull, but insists he has no problems with his leadership.
"At the moment I'm staying at Hull because I have a two-year contact," he told Sky Sports News. "I hope to play for Hull this season.
"I don't have a problem with my club. I don't have a problem with Brown. Sometimes it's maybe hard, but our relationship is good."
When quizzed if he could leave on loan to secure first-team football, he replied: "I don't know. When I'm back I'll speak with the manager."