Gor Mahia full-back Karim Nizigiyimana insists he is happy at the club amid rumours of interest from both local and foreign clubs.
Nizigiyimana has been a stand-out performer for K'Ogalo this season, playing a crucial role in their third consecutive league title and is adamant that he feels at home in Nairobi and has no intention of leaving the club anytime soon.
The right back has been tipped as a leading contender for the Defender of the Year award, but faces stiff competition from teammate Musa Mohamed, Gor's vice-captain.
K'Ogalo romped to the top of Kenya Premier League (PKL) this season, finishing a mammoth 20 points above second place Ulinzi Stars, which was build off the back of an incredibly resolute defence that conceded just 12 goals in the 30 game league season.
This campaign is not quite complete however, and Gor Mahia take on Sony Sugar in the semi-final of the KPL top 8 competition on Saturday afternoon.