Cape Town - Mamelodi Sundowns attacker Anthony Laffor has refuted reports he is unhappy at the club and hinted he is content to see out his contract at Chloorkop.
The Liberia star saw his playing time decrease last season as he appeared just 11 times in the Premiership which included just a single start.
With a season left on his current deal, there has been some speculation that he might seek a move elsewhere as he plans for the twilight of his playing career.
Nonetheless, despite reports linking him with an exit, the 33-year-old revealed he is happy to stay with the Brazilians.
Speaking to Kickoff, he said: "That (rumours of leaving) happens every season. I keep my feet on the ground. I am contracted to Sundowns and I respect my contract and I have to honour it.
"If you notice I don't pay attention to what people say and I never say anything when the rumours go around.
"I am happy at Sundowns and I have never told anyone at the club that I am not happy. Sundowns is not a bad club. Who would not want to end their career at Sundowns? I have a year left on my contract, so we will see."