Houston Rockets point-guard Chris Paul has come out to dismiss rumours linking him with a move away from the franchise.
Reports this month suggested that the 34-year-old asked the Rockets to trade him following a rumoured bust-up with teammate James Harden.
Paul, though, has dismissed these reports and stated that he is happy to remain in Houston following yet another disappointing season for the Rockets.
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"I never asked for a trade," Paul said on Sunday, via the Houston Chronicle.
"I never demanded a trade … I'll be in Houston. I'm happy about that. I'm very happy about that. I'm good."
Houston lost to the Golden State Warriors in the Western Conference semi-finals, with the Toronto Raptors ultimately claiming a maiden title following a 4-2 win over the Warriors in the NBA Finals.
Paul still has three years and a whopping $125million left on his contract, and is determined to see out the remaining years as the Rockets go in search of a first title since back-to-back wins in the mid 90's.
"There's only one team that wins at the end of the year, you know what I mean?" Paul added. "Since I went to Houston, from day one, it's been about winning games. It's always about winning games."