Man United defender Marcos Rojo has dismissed talk of an exit before the deadline by insisting that he will stay and fight for his place at Old Trafford.
Rojo has yet to feature for United this season, as his pre-season schedule was disrupted following his late return after the Copa America.
Since then, Daley Blind has replaced him in the starting line-up at the heart of the United defence alongside Chris Smalling and Rojo has been forced to watch on from the sidelines as he improves his fitness levels.
While speculation suggested that he would be looking for an exit on deadline day after a fall out with Louis Van Gaal, he has insisted that it is not true and he intends on staying in Manchester.
“I have received offers but my idea is to stay here [United] and fight for a position because it is a great club,’ the 25-year-old told ESPN Radio.
“I’ll try to play as much as possible. I talked to Van Gaal when I returned and was upset by everything that had happened but he said he was counting on me.”
Rojo joined United in a £16m deal from Sporting Lisbon last summer, and made 22 Premier League appearances for the club last season.