But the 27-year-old has categorically denied that he has handed in a transfer request, instead insisting he is fully focused on their next game.
"It is not true at all," Buzsaky told the club's official website.
"I am entirely focused on our next fixture against West Bromwich Albion on Monday night.
"We are in a strong position just three points outside the play-offs and as professional footballers our sole aim is to focus on the upcoming matches."
The club have yet to confirm who will be in charge for the upcoming games, with Magilton expected to be suspended for the foreseeable future.
The suspension relates to allegations that the Ulsterman reacted furiously to Buzsaky's response when he asked whether he thought he was being bullied.
Magilton allegedly head butted him before Patrick Agyemang stepped in to intervene, condemning Magilton for the unprovoked attack while Buzsaky stormed out of the dressing room.
The 40-year-old became the second manager this week to become embroiled in a high-profile clash with a player, after Stoke manager Tony Pulis' allegedly head butted James Beattie after the defeat to Arsenal at the weekend.
The pair reportedly fell out over the players' Christmas party in London after the 2-0 defeat at the Emirates Stadium.
The argument erupted after Pulis was said to go back on his word to give his side the Monday off, resulting in a changing room fracas.
West Brom 4/5, Draw 5/2, Q.P.R. 7/2