Super Eagles forward Ahmed Musa will stay in England despite limited playing time at Leicester City, according to his representative, Tony Harris.

Harris revealed that there has been contact from a Chinese Super League club for the attacking winger but Musa is only focused on staying in England "to prove his worth".

At the same time, Musa is expected to hold an end-of-the-season discussion with Leicester City manager Craig Shakespeare on his future at the club.

According to Harris, there is no such agreement for the 24-year-old to end his contract with Leicester.

Harris made it clear that Musa is in England to succeed in the Premier League despite reports linking him with an exit from the club.

"He signed a four-year contract with Leicester City and he's not parting ways with Leicester nor is he moving to a club abroad as being speculated. Yes a Chinese club contacted Leicester about a transfer but Musa wants to remain in England to prove his worth and to play regular football. He wants to work for his money. He's not the kind of person to just sit there earning easy huge wages without working hard for it," Harris told supersport.com.

Musa has made 30 appearances and scored four times for The Foxes in all competitions this season, with most of them being as a substitute.