Amid speculation that he will move to Schalke to replace Bayern Munich-bound goalkeeper Manuel Neuer, Werder Bremen No.1 Tim Wiese has committed to his current club.
"For me there's only one: Werder Bremen. And for this club I will give everything," he told Syker Kreiszeitung.
The Germany international went on to speculate as to why he has been linked with a move.
"You hear that I should be sold because there is no money [at Bremen]."
Sporting director Klaus Allofs scuppered rumours that Bremen are in financial danger, and revealed that his team will seek to make a new agreement with the 29-year-old Wiese.
"We will not sell due to financial hardship; we are not in such a situation. Tim has a contract until 2012, we want to extend it, and we will soon enter into negotiations."
Wiese joined Bremen from Kaiserslautern in the summer of 2005 and has since become a key player for Werder. He has made 159 appearances for Thomas Schaaf's side and also earned three international caps for Germany.