Derby manager Billy Davies has dismissed speculation he could quit the Barclays Premiership new boys and insists he intends to see out the remaining two years of his contract at Pride Park.

Davies´ side clinched promotion with a play-off final win over West Brom, but immediately afterwards he refused to guarantee he would still be around to lead the Rams back into the top flight for the first time in five years.

However, on Tuesday he told BBC Radio Five Live: "I´m not looking for an exit clause. I have signed a three-year contract, I have two years left of that contract, it´s my intention to see out the remainder of those two years."

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