Czech Republic international Tomas Sivok has revealed that he wants to stay at Beşiktaş.
Sivok has been linked with a move away from the Black Eagles over the past few months following the arrival of Alexander Milosevic.
“I have had a few injuries and I am lacking match fitness however, I am always ready for the team and want to stay at Beşiktaş,” Sivok told Hürriyet.
Sivok made his first start in five months in the goalless draw against Başakşehir on the weekend.
The 31-year-old joined Beşiktaş from Udinese in July 2008 for €5 million.
The defender has made 12 appearances for the Black Eagles this season.
Sivok has 48 international caps for the Czech Republic.
The Black Eagles dropped into third place following the draw against Başakşehir.
Galatasaray are now league leaders, while Fenerbahçe are just two points behind in second place and Beşiktaş are three points behind the Lions.