In-form midfielder Brett Holman says he is content with Dutch club AZ Alkmaar.
The 26-year old Australian international is the buzz player in his homeland at the moment after a stellar World Cup showing and strong performances at both club and international level since.
During the recent transfer window, there were rumours circulating that Holman was set to leave the Eredivisie club, with strong speculation that Scottish champions Rangers were on the trail but the former NEC Nijmegen man admits he is happy where he is.
"I've said all along that I'll only move if it's the right move, if it's to a good club," he said.
"We've just started the season and we're still in European competition so I'm looking forward to it.
"It's a good club, they've sorted out the finances after some off field issues, the Dutch league is a good standard and we're still in Europe."
Alkmaar kick off their Europa League campaign tonight with a home clash against Moldovan champions Sheriff Tiraspol but Holman will miss with a calf injury.