Egyptian star Mahmoud Hassan 'Trezeguet' has dismissed reports linking him with a return to Turkish side Besiktas.
Trezeguet joined Aston Villa last summer signing a five-year contract that he is keen on seeing through.
The Egyptian has had a start-stop season with the English Premiership side showing glimpses of what he is capable of in games such as the League Cup semi-final against Leicester in which he scored the winner.
Villa is currently in 19th position with 25 points and is facing a herculean task avoiding the chop.
Recent media reports have linked the striker with a return to Turkish Super Lig where he made his name in European football. Trezeguet has denied that he would be interested in a move to Istanbul reminding everyone that he committed to a five-year contract with Villa.
The 25-year-old said: “I am linked to a contract for the next five years with Aston Villa, and I am committed to the contract.
“Playing in the English Premier League was a dream for me, so I am completely focused on that step,” he added.
Since his arrival last summer, Trezeguet has made 31 appearances for the Villians, scoring four goals while assisting three, helping his side to the silver medal in the EFL Cup.