Brentford defender Harlee Dean remained tight-lipped about his future at Griffin Park but vowed to always give 100 per cent when wearing the red and white stripes.
The Bees man made his first league start of the season against Bristol City after being an unused substitute against Nottingham Forest. He was suspended for the season opener against Sheffield United.
The centre back produced what can only be described as a Harlee-esque performance as he did everything in his power to try and lift the Bees to victory.
Dean said afterwards: “At the end of the day, I am who I am and I'll give 110 per cent, no matter what goes on in the background.
“I wear my heart on my sleeve. Hopefully, people will see that again tonight that I'll always play the same way if given the chance to play.”
Sheffield Wednesday and Bristol City have been touted as potential destinations for Dean, who is out of contract at the end of the season, this summer.
When asked whether he'd be content to remain at the club if no transfer was forthcoming this month, Dean replied: “I'm not going to comment on that.”