Norwich City midfielder Alex Tettey has responded to comments which hinted that he would be leaving the club in the upcoming January transfer window.
The 31-year-old is out of contract at the end of the season with his future plans with Norwich uncertain. Tettey has found it difficult to make it into the Canaries side this season, with manager Daniel Farke prefering Tom Trybull and Mario Vrancic.
It was rumoured that he would be making a move to Norwegian side Rosenberg in January. However, Tettey has denied these rumours, committing himself to the Norwich City cause. He has been a great servant for the club having joined them back in 2012 and has played a key role in the past few seasons.
The midfielder tweeted earlier today about the current situation and his future at Carrow Road.
Twitter: Stemmer ikke at jeg er i dialog med Rosenborg, it’s not true that am in dialogue with Rosenborg football club. I ha… https://t.co/CPToL7rZkT (@alextettey86)
Tettey has not played for the club since the 30th September, with injury problems halting his return to the Norwich City team since then.