Leyton Orient captain Stephen Dawson has rubbished speculation he is set to leave Brisbane Road in January.
A host of clubs including Crystal Palace, Charlton and Millwall have been linked with midfielder Dawson, who will be out of contract at the end of the season.
But the 26-year-old Irishman told Orient's official website: "The talk has all been rubbish to be honest. It's all about the team and not me and I was annoyed with the way this has all come out. I haven't had any contact with any people and I think it has all been blown way out of proportion."
Dawson added: "Everyone knows I am out of contract but then so are lots of players here. As far as I am concerned it is all rubbish and paper talk which does happen in London. Next week it will probably be another player."
One player extending his stay at Orient is Lee Cook, who has agreed to stay on at Brisbane Road until January 21.
The QPR winger's initial month-long stint ended after Saturday's 2-1 win over Notts County.
Cook has made four appearances for the Os so far and is now available to manager Russell Slade for another six games. The 29-year-old had previously played just 82 minutes of first-team football for Rangers in 2011 having slipped well down the pecking order under Neil Warnock.
Meanwhile, the Os have confirmed that the Boxing Day fixture against MK Dons at Brisbane Road will go ahead as planned. With a London underground strike planned for that day, reports had speculated whether matches in the capital would be postponed.
Following consultation with the local authority and the Metropolitan Police, the npower League One game will not be affected and Orient have provided alternative public transport routes to the stadium on their official club website.