Sheffield Wednesday striker Clinton Morrison is happy to stay at the club for the rest of the season.
The 32-year-old, who had a loan spell at MK Dons this season, made his first start for the Owls since 13 September in Monday's 2-1 win over Tranmere.
Morrison told BBC Radio Sheffield: "I've still got a big part to play for Wednesday and I'm going nowhere.
"I want to do well for Sheffield Wednesday but I don't think I've achieved the heights I know I can."
The former Crystal Palace and Birmingham frontman, who scored three goals in six league appearances while on loan at MK Dons, admits it is frustrating not being the first choice striker at Hillsborough.
"I'm not one of those who can sit around and take the money," he said. "I love playing the game."
The former Republic of Ireland striker's contract at the Owls expires in the summer and he says he would rather stay than seek a move in the transfer window.
"I'd be stupid to go to the gaffer and say I don't want to be a part of what Sheffield Wednesday are about because this club is going places," he said.
"If I've played a part in getting Sheffield Wednesday promoted I'll be happy."