Last Updated: Thu, 18 Oct 2012 15:40
The agent of Fulham starlet Alex Kacaniklic has confirmed that the winger is still fully committed to staying at Craven Cottage.
The 21-year-old Sweden international has been heavily linked with several Italian Serie A clubs since the start of this season. Suggestions of a departure from the Cottagers intensified this week, when Kacaniklic was praised for his performance in his country's thrilling fightback from 4-0 down to draw 4-4 in Germany on Tuesday.
However, while Kacaniklic has struggled for first-team football under Cottagers boss Martin Jol, despite impressing during a loan spell at Watford last season, the youngster's representative, Miroslav Jaganjac, is adamant that he is happy to stay put given that he only signed a new deal to keep him on board until 2014 during the summer.
He told FotbollDirekt.se: "I don't want to comment on the speculation.
"What I can say is Alex is young, he is performing and good clubs want good players.
"Of course there's a bigger interest, but the only important thing right now is Fulham.
"His effort against a world class defender such as Boateng and the match against Germany, the major clubs watched that game for sure.
"But I point out that he is happy at Fulham and now he wants nothing more than to make it as good as possible and lift the team."
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