Song: I Stay

Rigobert Song has rejected reports quoting him as saying he wants to go to France to play for Lens this season.
The stories claim that he said:
"They make me feel wanted and that gives me pleasure, I think that an agreement will be reached soon.
"I would like to play again in the French championship."
But Rigo insists:
"Who wants to go to France?
"When you see the newspaper and you see a club wants you, say Lens, Marseille, or Paris St. Germain, as a player you are happy to see that.
"But at this moment I am at West Ham; if someone thinks they need me I am very happy to know that.
"But I have three years with this club on my contract."
Rigo fears that he has been misunderstood, adding:
"I don't know if it is my English but I can say that I don't want to go - I'm just saying any player is happy to hear that another squad might need him.
"I think West Ham want me; I've seen these newspaper reports before but nothing is doing.
"I never, never, said I wanted to leave; I spoke with some journalists yesterday but the problem is that some of them don't understand my English.
"So what I can say is that I'm sorry to be told what has been written; it is no good for me because I don't need that.
"I'm very happy here and I want to give the new manager confidence.
"I don't see why I should want to go back to France.
"I want to play with West Ham and I don't want to go to France; I want to see out my contract with West Ham.
"Nobody has said I want to go, and I haven't.
"Just because someone wants you doesn't mean you go there.
"I think I have the confidence of everybody at the club.
"I like everyone here, the reports are wrong, so why should I want to leave?
"I want to win something with West Ham, and I think the new boss wants me."
Rigo will battle it out with Sebastien Schemmel for a right back spot on Saturday.