However, he is hoping to put a stop to the talk of him being discontent at Boothferry Park after speaking out today.
He said: "I'm fed up of hearing all this rubbish. Apparently, it all started when a few things appearing on websites. Now, people are walking up to me in the street and asking why I want to leave Hull and why I'm unhappy.
"Nothing could be further from the truth. That's why I have decided to put my side of things and nip this in the bud. I'm happy at the club. I love the place and the people. In fact, I've bought a house up here and I'm very settled."
There was rumour of 'the Dude' leaving for Wolverhapton Wanderers, but he has categorically ruled this out.
"I definitely don't want to leave. I don't want a transfer and I'm not interesting in talking to anyone else.
"All I'm bothered about is helping Hull City clinch a play-off place and hopefully promotion. I think we can do it. We just need two or three wins on the bounce and I just need a few things to start going my way."
He made a great start to his Tigers career after signing for a record fee, but things have not gone well for him over the last few months.
"I was oozing confidence at the start of the season but I have struggled since Christmas. The whole team has and it is a confidence thing.
"People seem to forget I'm still only 21 and I've played more first team football this season than I ever have done.
"I know I made the right decision coming to Hull. It's just certain people have looked at my situation, put two and two together and not come up with four."