By Ameenu Shardow
Ghana winger Albert Adomah says he is happy at Bristol City and thus is not looking to move this January.
Reports are rife of an imminent departure of the 25-year-old from Ashton Gate.
News emerged last night of a rejected undisclosed offer from Crystal Palace.
The Championship rivals are looking for a replacement for Manchester United bound Wilfred Zaha and are said to be keen on signing Adomah for that purpose.
But the pacey winger who is on international duty with the Black Stars at the Nations Cup in South Africa says he is happy at Bristol City.
“It is not down to me, it is my club whether they let me go so its down to my club whether they accept a bid, if they take it then its up to me to move on,” he told GHANAsoccernet.com.
“But if not, it’s in the club’s hands, it is not in my hands. At the moment I am happy at Bristol City so its down to the club whether they let me go on not.
“I think they (Bristol City) are just letting me concentrate on my Africa Nations unless there is a solid bid then I think they will let me know.”
The former Barnet player has 18-months left to run on his existing deal with Bristol City but his performances for Ghana at the Nations Cup has caught the eye of many suitors.