West Ham United winger Robert Snodgrass has recently been attracting attention from Brighton and Hove Albion but he has vowed to stay and fight for his future at the London Stadium, The Daily Mail is reporting.
Robert Snodgrass only joined West Ham in the January transfer window, making the switch from Hull City where he was the undoubted star.
Snodgrass endured a difficult second half of the season with the Hammers, failing to make an impact or nail down a regular starting spot.
This led to widespread speculation about his future with Brighton reportedly eyeing a potential move if he became available.
After his difficult start to life in East London, this seemed like a feasible move for the Scotland international, who is currently preparing to take on England in a World Cup qualifier at Hampden Park.
However, the 29-year-old wants to stay at West Ham and fight for his place in the side.
Snodgrass only managed fifteen outings for the Irons with eight of those coming from the bench but he is targeting a more regular spot in the Hammers’ starting line-up for next season.
The former Leeds and Norwich winger added that he is determined to become a success at West Ham.