The Swedish defender saw his name linked with a host of clubs in the summer, including current league leaders Arsenal. He has since signed a new deal at the Hawthorns, and although some reports have suggested he may be a January target for the Gunners, he has insisted he remains happy at West Brom.
“I don’t want to comment further on rumours. In the window there is always a link to this and that. Sometimes it is true, sometimes you don’t hear any more, sometimes it is close, sometimes it is not,” Olsson said.
“Either way it is gone – I signed a contract last autumn and I would not have agreed a four-year deal if I was not happy. I focus on where I am and my obligation to do my very best.
“I like London, one day I would like to live there and play football but I am very happy here and if I were to leave this club, it would be for something really good.”
The Swede has been a crucial figure in West Brom’s recent return to form, playing in the last two games which have seen the Baggies take four points off Manchester United and Arsenal.