Last Updated: Wed, 26 Jun 2013 13:38
Dimitar Berbatov's agent insists the striker intends to honour his deal at Fulham following speculation over his future.
The former Manchester United striker has been heavily linked with big-spending Russian outfit Zenit St Petersburg but the Bulgarian intends to remain at Fulham.
Berbatov has a year left on his current deal with the Cottagers and his agent, Emil Danchev, insists the striker will not walk away from Fulham this summer.
Danchev revealed the 32-year-old plans to continue his playing career for at least two more seasons, which could encourage the Cottagers to offer Berbatov a contract extension at some stage next season.
"He has another one-year contract with Fulham and he will stay at Fulham until the end of his contract," Danchev is quoted as saying in the London Evening Standard.
"He's happy at Fulham and he wants to stay another year. I don't want to comment on other clubs. Even if there is interest, he's happy in Fulham and he wants to stay. He will play football for at least two more years."
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