"These stories make me look like I've given up and I'm not willing to fight for my place. That's rubbish," said Sorensen.
"Basically I've not even been fit, so I couldn't give the manager a decision to make.
"Now I am fit and I want to give the manager a selection problem. I've said all along to everyone at Aston Villa that I'm here to fight for my place.
"I'm well aware of the situation. Scott has done well, but I have to work hard and wait for my chance. That's been the bottom line.
"When the chance comes, hopefully I'll show what I can do. The most important thing is playing first-team football, that's no secret, but I'm not looking to leave the club to do that. That's never been my intention."
Sorensen added on the club's website www.avfc.co.uk: "I've got one year left on my deal and obviously if we get to next year and I'm still not playing, I would have to look at different alternatives.
"At the moment I'm fully committed to the club and I want to fight for my place. I want to push Scott all the way and that's what I'm determined to do.