West Ham defender James Tomkins insists he is happy to stay at Upton Park and is determined to help the club gain promotion back into the Premier League next season.
Tomkins has been strongly linked with a £3m move to QPR when the transfer window re-opens in January.
The former England Under-21 defender has been outstanding for the east London club and has played a major role in helping them cement their place at the top of the Championship.
West Ham co-owner David Gold has stated that Tomkins is not for sale at any price and the young defender is hoping to agree a new long-term deal to stay at West Ham.
Tomkins said: “Talks are on-going. They have been for a while now. Hopefully I can get that sorted as soon as possible.
“Coming up to January, you are going to get speculation. I am happy here and I want to get West Ham promoted and that is the main thing that I have got on my mind and that is all I want to do, really.”