Donaldson happy at Brentford
Clayton Donaldson insists he has no intention of leaving Brentford in January after holding brief talks regarding a new contract.
The striker has scored 10 goals in League One this season, but is out of contract at Griffin Park at the end of the campaign.
Brentford boss Mark Warburton recently expressed his hope that the 29-year-old would agree to extend his contract with the club.
Donaldson is enjoying his time with Brentford and is happy to put a decision regarding his future on hold during the club's push for promotion to the Championship.
"The club and I have spoken briefly and we both know where we stand," Donaldson is quoted by getwestlondon. "They want to know what division they're in next season [before making an offer] and I'm no different.
"It's still early days. There's a lot of games and points to play for and hopefully things will be clearer later in the season. I'm just enjoying my football at the moment.
"I want to be playing in the Championship with Brentford next season, so there's no chance of me leaving in January."
Donaldson, who was linked with promotion rivals Wolves back in the summer, has scored 46 goals in 131 appearances since joining Brentford on a free transfer from Crewe in 2011.