Deportivo Alaves midfielder Mubarak Wakaso has no intentions to prematurely end his stint with the club after a good first season.
The Ghana international made his highest number of league outings since 2012-13 as he appeared 21 times for El Glorioso in the recent La Liga campaign.
He joined the Spanish outfit from Greek club Panathinaikos in a three-year deal last summer.
“I went through the entire season without any injury or any problem," Wakaso told Joy Sports.
"I also had a good campaign as Alaves maintained their La Liga status.
''I can’t really talk about moving to another club right now because I still have two years left on my contract with the club.
"Therefore, I cannot talk about moving to another club.''
Following a spell with Ashanti Gold in his homeland, Wakaso transferred to Spanish side Elche in 2008, before stints with Villarreal and Espanyol.
He then joined Russian side Rubin Kazan in 2013, but was forced out on loan to Scottish giants Celtic the following year after struggling for regular action.
He returned to Spain on loan, joining Las Palmas.
In 2016, the Black Star then signed a three-year deal with Panathinaikos, who also later sent him out on loan to Spanish outfit Granada after the first half of season 2016-17.