Fulham have no intention of selling Ross McCormack when the January transfer window opens.
Reports this week claimed the Cottagers were willing to listen to offers for the striker just six months after paying Leeds United £11million for his services.
However, a club insider has rubbished the rumours and insisted the 28-year-old Scottish international is more than happy to remain in west London.
He returned to Elland Road with Fulham on Saturday as Hugo Rodallega’s goal fired the visitors to a hard-earned three points.
The in-form Colombian made it six in eight games with a second-half winner in Yorkshire to push the Whites further away from the relegation zone.
McCormack skippered the side in the absence of Scott Parker and was jeered by some sections of the home supporters.