Chicago Fire forward David Accam has quashed rumours that he is looking to leave the club anytime soon.

The 26-year-old Ghanaian poacher has been linked with a move away from the Toyota Stadium after his remarkable performance for Chicago Fire in the ongoing MLS season.

According to reports in the Turkish tabloids, Accam and his agent have held talks with Bursaspor who have him in their list of wing options in the summer transfer window.

One of such reports claimed the 26-year-old held talks with new Bursaspor coach Paul Le Guen but Accam is having none of it.

“I want to be in a team where I will develop and be the best I can and also win trophies. At the moment I think we have it here [Chicago Fire],” he says.

“I don’t know, no one knows anything,” the player added.

Accam also notes that he is staying grounded knowing there “will be a lot of interest” in him.

“In soccer, anything can happen in the future, whether here or in Europe; I don’t know where I will be but I know there will be a lot of interest so I’ll keep doing well and try to help the team,” he stated.

David Accam has scored 10 goals in 16 games for Chicago Fire to help the club to summit of the MLS table.