Plymouth striker Rory Fallon has no plans to leave the club and intends to honour the remainder of his contract at Home Park.
The 28-year-old, who joined the club from Swansea in January 2007, is focusing on his football with the Pilgrims after returning from his exploits with New Zealand at this summer's World Cup in South Africa.
Fallon has already turned down an offer from an unnamed club, while former boss Paul Sturrock wants him to move to Southend, but the player's religion has proved to be the decisive factor in keeping him with Plymouth.
"I am contracted here until the end of the season," he told the club's official website. "I've had one club come in for me but I don't feel that the Lord wants me to go.
"I've always said that the Lord is the main man and I will wait on what he says. I don't feel I've had a clear message to leave yet, so I'm staying. I'm instructed by the Lord and people might think I'm mad."
He added: "Obviously, if a club comes in with big money and both parties are happy, I don't want to kill the club and leave on a Bosman because I know they paid money for me. Both parties would have to be happy and I would need a clear sign from the Lord."