Stoke boss insists he still has passion for the club.
Stoke boss Tony Pulis has denied speculation linking him with a summer departure from the club according to ESPN.
Pulis has once again guided Stoke to mid-table safety in the Premier League this season but there have been murmurs of discontent around the Britannia Stadium in recent weeks as fans of the club crave a more attractive brand of football.
Stoke recently recorded their 13th draw of the season against West Brom, more than any other team in the division, and the side have struggled to pick up victories since the turn of the year.
That has sparked a debate about whether Pulis has taken the club as far as he can with some suggesting the club could benefit from a new man in the Britannia dugout.
Reports in recent weeks had suggested that Pulis had become disheartened at the debate and was considering resigning from the club come the end of the season.
Pulis is also thought to be unhappy with the lack of transfer funds he has been allocated with the club’s hierarchy instead preferring to invest in the side’s youth academy.
But Pulis has poured cold water on the speculation insisting he still has the drive and passion to develop the club further.